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Tamim's fitness a worry for Bangladesh

Mashrafe Mortaza
Soumya Sarkar
Lungi Ngidi
de Kock's
the callHashim Amla

Tamim Iqbal
Mohammad Saifuddin
Mehidy Hasan
Quinton de Kock
De Kock
Faf du Plessis
Reeza Hendricks
de Kock's
Mustafizur Rahman's
Mashrafe Mortaza
Shakib Al Hasan
Liton Das
Mushfiqur Rahim
5 Mohammad Mithun
7 Sabbir Rahman
Rubel Hossain/
Mohammad SaifuddinHashim Amla
Jofra Archer
Aiden Markram
David Miller
Dale Steyn
Tabraiz Shamsi
van der Dussen
Dwaine Pretorius
9 Kagiso Rabada
Imran TahirThe
JP Duminy
Virat Kohli
Imran Tahir's

The South Africans
no South African

West Indies

The Oval

South Africa
New Zealand
the Bangladesh v South Africa
South Africa's
WWWWLSouth Africa
100th ODI

World Cup
the 2015 World Cup
the World Cup
this World Cup
the 2017 Champions Trophy
the 2015 World Cup, Duminy
the Champions Trophy

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Mohammad Saifuddin and Mehidy Hasan were impressive with the ball too, showing improved accuracy and mental strength in pressure situations.All that adds up to a very different timbre to the Bangladesh v South Africa encounter this time around.As for South Africa, there was so much focus on the opening match of the World Cup in the lead-up to it, they might be forgiven for having to double-check the schedule to confirm who their opponents in their second match would be. A win for South Africa will get their own campaign back on track.(Last five completed matches, most recent first)Bangladesh: WWWWLSouth Africa: LWWWWIf their middle-order continues to under-perform, it won't take long for the idea to spread that if Quinton de Kock can be dismissed early, the soft underbelly of South Africa's batting can be exposed. There's an outside chance that Tabraiz Shamsi could also play as a second spinner, if South Africa feel the conditions warrant it, though they probably wouldn't want to ring too many changes.South Africa (possible): 1 Quinton de Kock (wk), 2 Aiden Markram, 3 Faf du Plessis (capt), 4 Rassie van der Dussen, 5 David Miller, 6 JP Duminy, 7 Andile Phehlukwayo, 8 Dwaine Pretorius, 9 Kagiso Rabada, 10 Lungi Ngidi, 11 Imran TahirThe pitch will be the same one used in the first match against England, so South Africa will know what to expect: a tinge of green, some early nip, and decent bounce.

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