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South Africa are ready to clinch another win as they take on England in their next Super 10 T20I match in T20 World Cup 2014. The match is scheduled at Chittagong and will be played at 19:30 local time.
South Africa ended up with a win against Netherlands in a tensed encounter and managed to get over the line with just 6 runs margin. Today they will rely on Hashim Amla, du Plessis and de Villiers to give them some solid innings to place a big total on the board. Piling up runs on the board will be important for South Africa today as England chased down a huge total against Sri Lanka quite successfully. It’s a good chance for de Kock as well to get back into form and put some runs under his belt as well. Duminy played a wonderful knock against New Zealand and will be required to show some magic with his bat today as well. As for their bowling, it will be Imran Tahir again who will be the real hope for South Africa and besides him, they will expect wickets from Steyn and Tsotsobe. Hendricks can also play a wicket-taking part in today’s match for them as well.
Alex Hales was brilliant for England in the match against Sri Lanka and pulled off a win for them single-handedly. He will have to repeat another such performance today as well. They will, however, expect a better effort from Moeen and Lamb at the top. Eoin Morgan, Jos Buttler and Ravi Bopara will take care of the middle order and especially Morgan and Bopara look in great knick and can be dangerous for the South African bowlers. The major concern for England is that their bowlers are not really experiencing a supreme touch. Especially a lot better effort will be required from Stuart Broad and he will have to provide them with wickets up front. Bresnan, Jordan and Dernbach will be the other wicket taking options for the captain. If the bowlers manage to pull the gears off, South Africa will have to face some hard time in the middle.