Pakistan v SA

SA have it ‘easy’ on pace front

2013-11-19 22:57
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Cape Town - Traditionally one of the alluring aspects of any Pakistan tour of South Africa has been the presence of at least one genuinely chin-rattling fast bowler in the touring ranks.

Immediate return hostilities start at the Wanderers on Wednesday with the first of two T20 internationals (18:00 start), and as much as they will broadly be favoured anyway, the South Africans ought to command a major edge in the bowling hostility factor over the next couple of weeks – especially as Test champion Dale Steyn looks such a rejuvenated force in the condensed versions of the game.

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