South Africa vs Zimbabwe Highlights T20 World Cup 2012

South Africa vs Zimbabwe Highlights T20 World Cup 2012. Match 4 South Africa vs Zimbabwe T20 World Cup Highlights T20 Cricket World Cup 20 sept 2012. Watch SA vs Zimb Twenty20 Match Highlights 20 september. SA vs Zim Group C Cricket Highlights T20 Cricket World Cup 2012.

Zimbabwe were humiliated in their 1st match of the tournament as they lost to Sri Lanka who posted 182 and lost by 82 runs. This was due to the poor bowling from the seamers with Graeme Cremer and Prosper Utseya doing quite a good job with the ball or else the score could well be over 200. Cremer only took 1 wicket but he looked very dangerous and caused a lot of trouble for the Sri Lankan batsman and he will be looking for some wickets this match. Hashim Amla doesnt have a bug but he is expected to play, Amla has perfected every single format of the game except Twenty20 and a big tournament by Amla will prove he can play good cricket in the T20′s.

Team News:

There has been a bug floating around the South African squad with several key players like AB de Villiers, Jacques Kallis and Hashim Amla all not being able to train but they have been cleared to play. Albie Morkel is another concern after he is having back problems.

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South Africa Squad: 1 Richard Levi, 2 Jacques Kallis, 3 Hashim Amla, 4 AB de Villiers, 5 JP Duminy, 6 Justin Ontong, 7 Faf du Plessis/Wayne Parnell/Albie Morkel, 8 Johan Botha, 9 Robin Peterson, 10 Morne Morkel, 11 Dale Steyn.

Zimbabwe Squad: 1 Hamilton Masakadza, 2 Vusi Sibanda, 3 Brendan Taylor, 4 Craig Ervine, 5 Stuart Matsikenyeri, 6 Elton Chigumbura, 7 Prosper Utseya, 8 Graeme Cremer, 9 Richard Muzhange, 10 Kyle Jarvis, 11 Ray Price/Brian Vitori.

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