South Africa’s strongest batting line-up

Ashwell Prince looks forward to a long rest for the rest of the dayNot so long ago, this South Africa batting line-up looked stronger than Geoff Capes crossed with a grizzly bear. Now? Not so much.

Ashwell Prince isn’t an opener; Hashim Amla might as well paint a bullseye on his front leg; while if JP Duminy could ever get past his first ball, we might get a chance to watch him being found out by the short ball. Even AB De Villiers is looking a bit rocky.

Batting averages only tell you what’s already happened.


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  1. If New Zealand is good at punching above their weight, South Africa is good at punching below their weight!

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