Proteas

Windies take unassailable lead

2015-01-11 18:40
Windies captain Darren Sammy. (File, AFP)
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Proteas T20 captain has placed the favourites tag firmly on the West Indies ahead of three KFC T20 international matches, kicking off at Newlands on Friday evening.

Johannesburg - The Windies beat the Proteas in the second T20 international played at the Wanderers on Sunday.  They won by four wickets.

SA's captain Faf du Plessis was the star of his side when he scored 119 runs from 56 balls. David Miller was the second highest scorer with 47 off 26 balls.


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