Pakistan v SA

Proteas eye clean sweep

2013-11-23 16:35
Russell Domingo (Gallo)

Cape Town - The Proteas will continue with their fine-tuning processes in the upcoming ODI Series against Pakistan starting at Sahara Park Newlands on Sunday.

The return of Jacques Kallis after an absence of nearly two years in this format is a welcome boost for the squad and gives the coaching staff the advantage of playing the extra batsman if needed.

“It’s a different format tomorrow,” Domingo said. “They played really well last night and they deserved to win. We have played good one-day cricket in the last series in the United Arab Emirates, so I think we can take a lot of confidence, having beaten them in their conditions.”

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