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Re: SA vs Pakistan: 3 Test, 5 ODI & 3 T20I; Dec 26, 2018 to Feb 03, 2019 in SA

Postby givemeahug786 » Thu Jan 10, 2019 3:05 pm

[quote="givemeahug786"]3rd Test, Pakistan tour of South Africa at Johannesburg, Jan 11-15, 2019


Big Picture
Many a team has arrived in South Africa with historic visions of breaching the fortress, only to end up battered and bruised at the wrong end of a series defeat. Seven in a row have now tried and failed to better South Africa at home, which is a home winning streak as hot as any in the hosts' history. Although captain Faf du Plessis will have to sit out the third Test, he has spoken of South Africa's desire to maintain their intensity and complete a clean sweep despite this series already being won.

The end goal is the world No. 1 ranking, and while a 3-0 win won't quite get them there, it will raise South Africa to second and add further context to the Tests against Sri Lanka in February, as well as England's trip to the Caribbean as the teams behind India in the rankings jostle for position.

For Pakistan, the third Test offers one final shot at shoring up some of the problems that have haunted their tour before focus shifts with the change of format in the second half of their trip. Out-bowled by a South African pace group that is quickly becoming legendary, outlasted by batsmen who haven't flinched despite receiving a battering of their own on two spicy tracks at Centurion and Newlands, Pakistan have multiple issues to confront.

Alas, those in the touring party who have been to the Wanderers before will not have any happy red-ball memories of the place, and the challenges confronting a brittle top order are unlikely to get any easier. Azhar Ali, Asad Shafiq and Sarfraz Ahmed were all witnesses to Dale Steyn's devastating 6 for 8 here in 2013, when Pakistan slipped to the nadir of 49 all out.

If injury battles have at times dimmed the fire in Steyn's eyes in the interim, his return to full fitness lends an air of ominous foreboding to Pakistan's trip to Johannesburg. Now, of course, South Africa also have the world No. 1 Test bowler to call on in Kagiso Rabada, while Vernon Philander will also be a menace at a ground at which he averages just 15.08. It won't win them the series, but if Pakistan are able to rouse themselves and stand up to the challenge South Africa's pace attack will once again present, such success would be a timely boon ahead of the ODIs.

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South AfricaWWLLW (completed matches, most recent first)

In the spotlight

As a group, Pakistan's batting has failed on this tour, but Shan Masood's individual performances have provided some light in the gloom. Tall and elegant, Masood's soft hands and quick reading of South Africa's lengths have helped him to survive and prosper, going from an accidental starter to Pakistan's unlikely star. Back in his usual opening slot, the job won't get any easier for Masood in Jo'burg, but if he is able to replicate his success Pakistan will have a much better chance of giving their bowling attack the cushion of a few more runs.

Zubayr Hamza will likely become the 100th Test cap for South Africa since readmission (though he could be the 101st if Pieter Malan slots in for Aiden Markram). Hamza's ability to absorb pressure and score big - attributes which have been enhanced by the excellent work of his franchise coaches Ashwell Prince and Faiek Davids - has got him this far and he seems an ideal candidate for a middle order always on the look-out for grit. The pressure of a Test debut will be an entirely new feeling for Hamza, but he has an excellent opportunity to stake his claim.

Team news
With du Plessis suspended, and a couple of South Africa's top order nursing some bruises of their own, there will be a few changes to the hosts' line-up. There are two possible debutants in the squad in Malan and Hamza, though Malan will play only if Markram fails a fitness test on Thursday. Du Plessis insisted that his pace attack would be fresh and ready to go after an extra couple of days off due to the early finish in Cape Town, and conditions will decide whether South Africa stick with their seamers or adjust the balance with the addition of Keshav Maharaj's left-arm spin.

South Africa: 1 Dean Elgar (capt), 2 Aiden Markram/Pieter Malan, 3 Hashim Amla, 4 Theunis de Bruyn, 5 Temba Bavuma, 6 Zubayr Hamza, 7 Quinton de Kock (wk), 8 Vernon Philander, 9 Kagiso Rabada, 10 Dale Steyn, 11 Duanne Olivier/Keshav Maharaj

Pakistan are also likely to ring some changes, and allrounder Faheem Ashraf could get a look-in. If he is included, it may be for Fakhar Zaman, who was shunted down to No. 6 in the second innings of the Newlands Test and hasn't enjoyed conditions. A fully fit Shadab Khan would also give Pakistan the option of playing a fifth bowler - something that was missing from Newlands. Pakistan may also look to rest Shaheen Shah Afridi, who looked a little tired after back-to-back Tests.
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Pakistan: 1 Imam-ul-Haq, 2 Shan Masood, 3 Azhar Ali, 4 Asad Shafiq, 5 Babar Azam, 6 Sarfraz Ahmed (capt/wk), 7 Faheem Ashraf, 8 Yasir Shah/Shadab Khan, 9 Mohammad Amir, 10 Mohammad Abbas, 11 Shaheen Shah Afridi/Hasan Ali

Pitch and conditions

The conditions at the Wanderers made headlines for all the wrong reasons during India's visit last year, and given the potential ramifications for another poor pitch rating, the curator may look to err on the side of caution. The tracks here during the Mzansi Super League were sometimes a little dry, and in the last first-class game played at the Wanderers, first-innings runs were important. At this time of year, afternoon thunderstorms are always a possibility.

Stats and trivia
Pakistan have never won a Test at the Wanderers, but did draw here in 1998 - though rain washing out the fourth day helped.

Pakistan's 49 all out on their last trip is the lowest score in their Test history

Masood is the leading run-scorer on either side in this series, with 189 runs at 47.25

Philander picked up a career-best 6 for 21 at the last Test played at the Wanderers against Australia last year

Quotes
"We also have a mission to win not just these three Test matches, but the next two we play against Sri Lanka as well."

South Africa coach Ottis Gibson is a man on a mission as he looks to take South Africa to No. 1 in the Test rankings

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Re: SA vs Pakistan: 3 Test, 5 ODI & 3 T20I; Dec 26, 2018 to Feb 03, 2019 in SA

Postby givemeahug786 » Fri Jan 11, 2019 8:14 am

Hamza become Southafrican 100th test debut cap

southafrica bats as Elgar their captain
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Re: SA vs Pakistan: 3 Test, 5 ODI & 3 T20I; Dec 26, 2018 to Feb 03, 2019 in SA

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Hamza become Southafrican 100th test debut cap

southafrica bats as Elgar their captain
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Re: SA vs Pakistan: 3 Test, 5 ODI & 3 T20I; Dec 26, 2018 to Feb 03, 2019 in SA

Postby givemeahug786 » Fri Jan 11, 2019 12:06 pm

Amla did good job today during his 41 put on 100 0dd with markram who scored Fantastic 90 with 18 Fours, his 3rd 90 in 14 test

154 for 3 now new batsman Debutant Zubeyr Hamza on 13 ball 18* just hit lovely 6 off Shadab
(3 changes in Pak team}
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Re: SA vs Pakistan: 3 Test, 5 ODI & 3 T20I; Dec 26, 2018 to Feb 03, 2019 in SA

Postby givemeahug786 » Fri Jan 11, 2019 12:34 pm

Hasan 12/0/72/0 is it test cricket ?
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Re: SA vs Pakistan: 3 Test, 5 ODI & 3 T20I; Dec 26, 2018 to Feb 03, 2019 in SA

Postby givemeahug786 » Fri Jan 11, 2019 1:57 pm

pakistani bowlers are better than englands
when ball Reverse

244 for 6
fine debut by Hamza (41)
sarfaraz day today
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Re: SA vs Pakistan: 3 Test, 5 ODI & 3 T20I; Dec 26, 2018 to Feb 03, 2019 in SA

Postby givemeahug786 » Fri Jan 11, 2019 10:14 pm

22 overs from both sides after tea 43 runs scored for 9 wickets
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Re: SA vs Pakistan: 3 Test, 5 ODI & 3 T20I; Dec 26, 2018 to Feb 03, 2019 in SA

Postby givemeahug786 » Fri Jan 11, 2019 10:21 pm

philly 4/3/1/ wickets of Masood and Azhar
if Steyn in his Element in next ( 2nd day after)10 hours than i doubt pakidtan even score 135 here.

SOA 229/3 - 262 all out
Ashraf 3, Amir/Abbas & Hasan 2 wkts each

pakistan 17 for 2
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Re: SA vs Pakistan: 3 Test, 5 ODI & 3 T20I; Dec 26, 2018 to Feb 03, 2019 in SA

Postby givemeahug786 » Sat Jan 12, 2019 2:24 pm

pak 169/5
185 all out

imam 45,sarfu 51,Babar 49
3rd time 5 fer by Olivier

SOA 45 for 4
Amla 32 not out with score 73/4
Faheem Ashraf 5 wickets in the match

game will be over tomorrow unless southafrica
makes good score
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Re: SA vs Pakistan: 3 Test, 5 ODI & 3 T20I; Dec 26, 2018 to Feb 03, 2019 in SA

Postby givemeahug786 » Sat Jan 12, 2019 2:28 pm

steyn 431*
R.Hadlee 431
broad 432
Herath 432
Kapil 434

good luck Steyn tomorrow today 11/4/15/0
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Re: SA vs Pakistan: 3 Test, 5 ODI & 3 T20I; Dec 26, 2018 to Feb 03, 2019 in SA

Postby givemeahug786 » Sat Jan 12, 2019 2:39 pm

amir and hasan stops during their runs up as bugs enter their eyes,umpire request Glasses for bowlers.its terrible.

81/4 lead 158
last tour pak 49 all out here
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Re: SA vs Pakistan: 3 Test, 5 ODI & 3 T20I; Dec 26, 2018 to Feb 03, 2019 in SA

Postby givemeahug786 » Sat Jan 12, 2019 2:48 pm

april 2017 game stops with Bees problem during live games pops up

https://www.abc.net.au/news/2017-02-05/ ... et/8242302
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Re: SA vs Pakistan: 3 Test, 5 ODI & 3 T20I; Dec 26, 2018 to Feb 03, 2019 in SA

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good bless bowling side as game still continue
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Re: SA vs Pakistan: 3 Test, 5 ODI & 3 T20I; Dec 26, 2018 to Feb 03, 2019 in SA

Postby givemeahug786 » Sun Jan 13, 2019 12:08 pm

Rabada (21) & Kock (129) put on 79
Pakistan need 381 to win

3 w each to Ashraf and Shadab
Soa 303 all out
Amla 71
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Re: SA vs Pakistan: 3 Test, 5 ODI & 3 T20I; Dec 26, 2018 to Feb 03, 2019 in SA

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pak 57 for 0
rabada ( batted 50 min) inspire pakistan
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Re: SA vs Pakistan: 3 Test, 5 ODI & 3 T20I; Dec 26, 2018 to Feb 03, 2019 in SA

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pakistan in 2013 series hits 49 and 268 {4th innings} at johnnesburg

they beat that score with 185 now 61 for 0
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Re: SA vs Pakistan: 3 Test, 5 ODI & 3 T20I; Dec 26, 2018 to Feb 03, 2019 in SA

Postby givemeahug786 » Sun Jan 13, 2019 2:19 pm

Misty wrote:Fixture

1st Test: Dec 26-30, 2018 at Centurion
2nd Test: Jan 3-7 2019 at Cape Town
3rd Test: Jan 11-15 2019 at Johannesburg

1st ODI: Jan 19, 2019 at Port Elizabeth
2nd ODI: Jan 22 2019 at Durban
3rd ODI: Jan 25, 2019 at Centurion
4th ODI: Jan 27, 2019 at Johannesburg
5th ODI: Jan 30, 2019 at Cape Town

1st T20I: Feb 01, 2019 at Cape Town
2nd T20I: Feb 03, 2019 at Johannesburg
3rd T20I: Feb 06 2019 at Centurion
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Re: SA vs Pakistan: 3 Test, 5 ODI & 3 T20I; Dec 26, 2018 to Feb 03, 2019 in SA

Postby givemeahug786 » Sun Jan 13, 2019 2:25 pm

Steyn now equalling Broad and Herath with
433 wickets

pak 74 / 2
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Re: SA vs Pakistan: 3 Test, 5 ODI & 3 T20I; Dec 26, 2018 to Feb 03, 2019 in SA

Postby givemeahug786 » Sun Jan 13, 2019 3:08 pm

117 for 3
wicket # 22 by Olivier in 3 test series in southafrica

(record is 25 wickets by Charlie LI........
who was born in 1876) wow

he was wisden cricketer of year 1911
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Re: SA vs Pakistan: 3 Test, 5 ODI & 3 T20I; Dec 26, 2018 to Feb 03, 2019 in SA

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https://www.google.com/url?sa=t&source= ... 7392363952

1902 test series he took 25 wickets vs Aus in southafrica for sOA.

Pak 152/3 at close.Olivier need 4 more tomorrow to break record by Charlie Llewellyn (25)


Charlie Llewellyn
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Full name Charles Bennett Llewellyn

Born September 26, 1876, Pietermaritzberg, Natal

Major teams South Africa, Hampshire, London County, Natal

Batting style Left-hand bat

Bowling style Left-arm slow-medium


First-class span 1894/95 - 1912

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Charles Llewellyn was a great allrounder in his day. A forcing left-hand batsman, a slow to medium left-arm bowler and a splendid fielder, particularly at mid-off, Llewellyn, who was born at Pietermaritzburg, appeared in 15 Test matches for South Africa, five against England and ten against Australia, between 1895 and 1912. It was as a professional for Hampshire that he did his best work, however, and between 1899 and 1910 he hit 8,772 runs for the county, average 27.58, took 711 wickets for 24.66 runs apiece and brought off 136 catches. Five times he scored over 1,000 runs and five times dismissed more than 100 batsmen in a season, achieving the double in 1901 and repeating the performance in all matches in 1908 and 1910.

He created a stir in his first match before he had qualified for Championship games by hitting 72 and 21 against the 1899 Australian touring side and taking 8 for 132 in the first innings on a true pitch. That performance gained him a place in Ranjitsinhji's team who toured America the following winter. One of his best all-round feats was against Somerset at Taunton in 1901 when he played an innings of 153 in one hundred minutes and took 10 for 183 runs. Against the South Africans at Southampton the same season he reached the highest of his 15 centuries, 216, put together in three hours and including 30 boundaries, and followed by sending back six batsmen for 105 runs and holding three catches. Twice he registered two centuries in a match: 102 and 100 against Derbyshire at Derby in 1905 and 130 and 101 not out against Sussex at Hove in 1909. His second innings at Hove occupied only an hour.

A bowler skilled in variation of pace and spin, he gained his best match-analysis at Southampton in 1901, dismissing 14 Worcestershire batsmen for 171 runs.

A disagreement over terms resulted in him severing his connection with Hampshire, but after touring Australia with PW Sherwell's South African team in 1910-11, he returned to England and played in League cricket.

Incidentally, he might once have assisted England, for he was among the fourteen players from whom the team who met Australia in the first Test at Edgbaston in 1902 was selected.
Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 1965

Footnote
After he left Hampshire at the end of 1910 he continued playing high-standard league cricket until he was 62. In 1913 while still with Accrington he scored 188 not out against Bacup, which remained the highest score in the Lancashire League until beaten by Learie Constantine's 192 not out for Nelson v East Lancashire in 1939. He later played in the Bradford League for Undercliffe and even at the age of 55 he topped the bowling averages, in addition to being the only man to take 100 wickets in the Bolton League.

Charlie Llewellyn

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Re: SA vs Pakistan: 3 Test, 5 ODI & 3 T20I; Dec 26, 2018 to Feb 03, 2019 in SA

Postby raja » Mon Jan 14, 2019 6:19 am

Though this is a dead rubber game, it could be a historic day for us today.

We need 220-odd with 7 wickets in hand.

Our recent record would suggest we will end up on the wrong side of the result, but I'm encouraged by our batting yesterday.

If we can continue in the same vein, or at least ensure we don't lose any wickets in the first session, we can hope to inch towards the target.

There's plenty of time - 2 full days - so no hurry at all.

Come on, Pakistan.

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Re: SA vs Pakistan: 3 Test, 5 ODI & 3 T20I; Dec 26, 2018 to Feb 03, 2019 in SA

Postby raja » Mon Jan 14, 2019 8:26 am

Bad start today.
Babar Azam out to a brute of a delivery from Olivier.
And Sarfaraz deceived by Olivier.
What a series Olivier is having!

We still need 200-odd, and have only 5 in hand - but we still have Asad Shafiq.
And Shadab has shown that he CAN bat in a difficult situation - after all, he's an allrounder, with 3 fifties in his first 8 innings (and an average of 28).

If these two can hang in there until lunch, I think the wicket will ease thereafter.

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Re: SA vs Pakistan: 3 Test, 5 ODI & 3 T20I; Dec 26, 2018 to Feb 03, 2019 in SA

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Oops!
Shafiq gone!

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Re: SA vs Pakistan: 3 Test, 5 ODI & 3 T20I; Dec 26, 2018 to Feb 03, 2019 in SA

Postby givemeahug786 » Mon Jan 14, 2019 10:07 am

Pak 208 / 8 .
273 all out

Rabada
Olivier
3 wkts each

Shadab 47 not out

Cong SOA for 107 run win and white
Wash of Pakistan 3/0
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Re: SA vs Pakistan: 3 Test, 5 ODI & 3 T20I; Dec 26, 2018 to Feb 03, 2019 in SA

Postby raja » Mon Jan 14, 2019 10:27 am

Lost all 3 Tests but am proud of this young squad.
A South Africa tour for a sub-continent side is always tough.
When even the top-ranked BCCI side was crushed, thrashed and mauled, we didn't stand much of a chance.
Overall, I think we acquitted ourselves honourably.

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Re: SA vs Pakistan: 3 Test, 5 ODI & 3 T20I; Dec 26, 2018 to Feb 03, 2019 in SA

Postby givemeahug786 » Mon Jan 14, 2019 1:33 pm

raja wrote:Lost all 3 Tests but am proud of this young squad.
A South Africa tour for a sub-continent side is always tough.
When even the top-ranked BCCI side was crushed, thrashed and mauled, we didn't stand much of a chance.
Overall, I think we acquitted ourselves honourably.


pakistan were fully grow up side during last tour
yet they were all out for 49 at johnnesburge vs Southafrica -- we talked with -in subject
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Postby givemeahug786 » Mon Jan 14, 2019 1:38 pm

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this thread completed here as we already opened thread for 5 ODI AND T20i in Live games.
Kock m.om.

D.Olivier took 24 wickets in 3 test since his debut
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Postby Verity » Mon Jan 14, 2019 9:58 pm

Typical Pakistan it was only 6 weeks ago they were world beaters now they can't win a game..

Amir is so over rated, has been dog shit since his return from spot fixing
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Re: SA vs Pakistan: 3 Test, 5 ODI & 3 T20I; Dec 26, 2018 to Feb 03, 2019 in SA

Postby givemeahug786 » Tue Jan 15, 2019 12:13 am

Verity wrote:Typical Pakistan it was only 6 weeks ago they were world beaters now they can't win a game..

Amir is so over rated, has been dog shit since his return from spot fixing


Amir 12 wickets in 3 test same as Old war horse Dale Steyn
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