West Indies are set to host South Africa for a five-match T20I series to prepare for the upcoming ICC T20 Cricket World Cup in India. The series will continue from June 26 till July 3
What makes WI such a strong unit is the number of experienced campaigners in the squad. Kieron Pollard will captain the side with Chris Gayle, Dwayne Bravo, Fidel Edwards and Andre Russell in the side.
Every single of these WI veterans has the ability to change the game in a matter of balls. All five of them will be seen in action together after several years.
On the other hand, South Africa were hoping to see their former captain AB de Villiers come out of retirement before the World Cup, but that isn’t happening either. Mr. 360 has affirmed that his decision is final.
Nevertheless, adjusting to the Caribbean conditions against a side full of T20 assets will be more than just an uphill task for Temba Bavuma’s men.
Most of the Caribbean players have just returned after playing the Indian Premier League, hence, they will be in a fine nick as well. The Proteas players will have to adopt an aggressive brand of cricket to outplay the opponents.