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In the second instalment of a two-part series, SA Cricket magazine’s writers pick their best post-isolation Proteas ODI XI.
Our Proteas ODI XI: The top six
JON CARDINELLI: The Proteas have been searching for the right ODI balance for some time, especially with regard to the makeup of their lower order. My side includes two of the great batting all-rounders in Jacques Kallis and finisher extraordinaire Lance Klusener, as well a bowling all-rounder in Shaun Pollock.
Klusener thrived in that finisher’s role at the turn of the century, and went on to claim the Player of the Tournament award at the 1999 World Cup. As long as he doesn’t have to run between the wickets with Allan Donald – who’s also included here – he will boost the Proteas’ effort at the death of an innings.
Pollock was a talented batsman who may have developed into a world-class all-rounder if not for his focus on spearheading the bowling attack for much of his career. I’d open the bowling with the pace of Dale Steyn and the accuracy of Pollock. The opposition would have no respite when Donald was introduced as first-change.
Imran Tahir is the best limited-overs spinner to have played for the Proteas. Like Pollock, he kept the scoring rate down and took key wickets, and would be an asset to any side.
I’d back each of those four to bowl a full compliment of 10 overs. Kallis and Klusener would chip in where needed to complete the 50 overs.
CARDINELLI’S SA ODI XI – 1 Quinton de Kock, 2 Herschelle Gibbs, 3 Hashim Amla, 4 Jacques Kallis, 5 AB de Villiers, 6 Faf du Plessis, 7 Lance Klusener, 8 Shaun Pollock, 9 Dale Steyn, 10 Imran Tahir, 11 Allan Donald.
Our Proteas Test XI: The bowlers
GARY LEMKE: Despite the painful memories, South Africa’s ODI team were favourites to win the 1999 World Cup. That cruel elimination in the semi-final does nothing to diminish that they were the top side in the competition, albeit without the trophy to prove it. Had they won the Cup, they’d have had been feted like the Springboks of 1995, 2007 and 2019 were.
In that World Cup they bowled out hosts England for 103, Sri Lanka for 110 and restricted Australia and NZ to 213 and Pakistan to 220. Whatever people might say about ‘choking’, the bowlers did their part. One of the stars with the ball was Allan Donald, who finished his career with 272 ODI wickets. at an average of 21.78. Only above Donald in the wicket-taking column is Shaun Pollock, with 387. He also books his place, another of the ’1999 vintage’. Then there’s Lance Klusener, who was man of the tournament that year, a hero with bat and ball and he stands at No 6 in South Africa’s list of all-time  ODI wicket-takers.
The spinner’s role I’m giving to Imran Tahir who reached No 1 in the world rankings and would be the perfect foil for the quicks in this line-up. Which leaves me with one spot left. I’m torn between the longevity of Makhaya Ntini and the potential of Kagiso Rabada. Ntini’s 265 wickets came at an average of 24.53 and economy rate of 4.51 and Rabada’s 117 wickets at a strike rate of 27.34 and economy of 4.99. Given that Ntini produced the goods for 11 years, he gets my vote.
Our Proteas Test XI: The top six
WADE PRETORIUS: Because of my Klusener pick to round out my top six, I’m left with a little more wiggle room than the rest of my peers. I’ve found it to be a blessing and a curse, trying to find a second spinner – who can bat a bit to partner my No 1 pick Imran Tahir proved to be difficult. Tahir walks into the team with a strike rate of 32 and fourth on the averages list. A game-changing option and a refreshing change of pace in the attack that is led by Allan Donald and Makhaya Ntini.
‘White Lightening’ has numbers to prove he is as good as we all remember him to be and still leads the best averages in the bowling department. Ntini, a feared strike bowler, picked up 265 wickets at an average of 24 during in a career that saw him lace up on occasions.
Shaun Pollock is another luxury selection when you consider his ability with the bat. A stalwart of the side with 294 appearances and nearly 400 wickets, he is the ideal first-change bowler for this XI.
And now I’m back to where I started, because you could probably throw any 10+ franchise player and still win 8/10 games such is the strength of this unit. But, eventually, I am settling on JP Duminy. His ODI numbers are not what they should be for all his talent but in this position as the leader of the lower order, he would be given license to go big and use his slow bowling when the occasion called for it. A batting collapse is unlikely, but he would certainly add some bulk to the lineup. A look to his T20 batting strike rate (126.24) gives him the nod in my lineup to go with his versatility. A new role may have brought out the very best.
PRETORIUS’ SA ODI XI – 1 Quinton de Kock, 2 Hashim Amla, 3 Jacques Kallis, 4 AB de Villiers, 5 Faf du Plessis, 6 Lance Klusener, 7 JP Duminy 8 Shaun Pollock, 9 Makhaya Ntini, 10 Imran Tahir, 11 Allan Donald
Our Proteas Test XI: The wicketkeeper
CRAIG LEWIS: Credit to my colleague Wade Pretorius for reminding me just how good Lance Klusener was back in the day. But then he may have forgotten that I’m a Durban boy and ‘Zulu’ was always going to crack the nod (despite reducing little old me to tears on the occasion that shan’t be named).
Of course, another all-rounder supremo Shaun Pollock has to be there for his surgical accuracy with the ball and belligerent savagery with the bat.
It pains me to leave out Dale Steyn, but Makhaya Ntini played 172 ODIs and boasted an average under 25. I also loved everything Ntini offered as an impact bowler and incredible team man who kept his troops motivated with encouragement from the boundary that still rings in my ears when I think back to his playing days.
The easiest decisions come when rounding out my XI – of course Imran Tahir and Allan Donald have to be there. Damn they were good!
LEWIS’ SA ODI XI – 1 Quinton de Kock, 2 Herschelle Gibbs, 3 Hashim Amla, 4 Jacques Kallis, 5 AB de Villiers, 6 Jonty Rhodes, 7 Lance Klusener, 8 Shaun Pollock, 9 Makhaya Ntini, 10 Imran Tahir, 11 Allan Donald.
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ANDRE HUISAMEN: Many people might have forgotten how good Lance Klusener was back in the day. Zulu made his debut in ODI cricket for the Proteas in 1996 and in the following three years he would become a key member of the team that went to the 1999 World Cup. Should the Proteas have gotten over the line in that tragic semifinal against Australia, his contribution would’ve been remembered for ages.
The tough call for me was to pick between Dale Steyn and Shaun Pollock for the No 8 spot. Despite the latter’s consistency for the Proteas in this format over the years, I’m going to go with Steyn just because of his quality as a fast-bowler. Partnering him in the team will be Makhaya Ntini. Ntini was a revelation for the Proteas and especially in ODI cricket. He had the ability to strike when the team needed it most and till this day his figures of 6-22 against Australia at Newlands in 2006 remain the best figures by a South African bowler in the 50-0ver format.
Imran Tahir’s spot is also a no-brainer in a Proteas all-time team in white-ball cricket. Tahir was a stalwart till the very end of his time with the Proteas and could swing a game in an instant flash. His void will long still be felt in the shorter formats.
Fast-bowler Allan Donald completes my lineup due to the pace he brings. Together with Steyn and Ntini, this will form a lethal bowling attack, while Klusener and Kallis are also able to chip in with the ball.
HUISAMEN’S SA ODI XI – 1 Quinton de Kock, 2 Herschelle Gibbs, 3 Hashim Amla, 4 Jacques Kallis, 5 AB de Villiers, 6 Jonty Rhodes, 7 Lance Klusener, 8 Dale Steyn, 9 Makhaya Ntini, 10 Imran Tahir, 11 Allan Donald.
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England could field separate test and limited-overs teams to play matches on consecutive days as part of a compressed home season due to the Covid-19 pandemic, says the ECB’s director of cricket Ashley Giles.

England have suspended professional cricket until at least 28 May due to the outbreak and uncertainty also looms over their home series against West Indies, Pakistan, Australia and Ireland.

Wicketkeeper-batsman Jos Buttler has said England could field two different teams on the same day at separate venues to maximise the amount of cricket in a truncated summer.

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“Technically it’s feasible,” former spinner Giles told British media. “You could put two different groups together. We haven’t really looked at that, like that, yet.”

However, Giles thought it more likely that matches could take place on consecutive days.

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“We’ve certainly looked at playing two formats around the same time,” he added.

“You could have a test match running and play a T20 or an ODI the day before or the day after a test match.

“But it’s also working with the broadcasters on what’s best and what they want. That’s another important partnership for us.

“They will be suffering at the moment and we are very much all in this together.”

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Giles hoped at least some cricket would be played this summer though he conceded hosting West Indies for a three-test series in June was looking “less and less likely”.

“The deadline of 28 May still stands but … it’s looking less and less likely that we’re going to be out there in June,” he said.

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Coronavirus: England could play intra-squad game for match practice if cricket returns this summer

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ECB director of cricket Ashley Giles is open to the idea of England’s men playing an intra-squad game for match-practice in the event some international cricket is to be played this summer.

The uncertainty of this season’s programme remains amid the coronavirus pandemic. No cricket will be played before 28 May and already there is talk of the County Championship, England’s first-class competition, being scrapped entirely.

Test captain Joe Root and his limited-overs counterpart Eoin Morgan are receptive to the idea of adhering to as much of the original 2020 schedule as possible by playing long and short-form matches alongside each other in whatever space there may be in the calendar. With international cricket the priority, followed by the T20 Blast and The Hundred, competitive preparations, especially for red ball cricket, will be non-existent.

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As such, the ECB will have to get creative, especially when it comes to providing adequate warm-up games for West Indies and Pakistan who were due to tour for three and four-match Test series, respectively. During 2019’s packed fixture-list, the touring Australians put on their own Australia v Australia A match ahead of the Ashes which proved especially useful for replicating high-intensity conditions.

“If we had to, I think that would be a decent idea or a decent way around a problem  if we weren’t playing cricket more broadly,” answer Giles when the prospect of England versus England Lions was put to him. “I think we could do that.”

“I guess the benefit is I believe all 18 county grounds are still up and running and their ground staff are in preparing pitches and practice facilities. I don’t think there would be any shortage of facilities. We’ll be alright on that front. Or whether it’s at Loughborough.”

Unlike most other sports, the ECB do not need to make any immediate decision on the summer. Though the season was due to start on Sunday with the first round of the County Championship, the 28 May date has bought them time to assess the rest of the competitions. However as the days go on, further backlogs will develop and, at present, the ECB, in constant dialogue with the boards of those who were due to tour, including Australia for a limited overs series, have various contingency plans. One aspect that seems consistent across them is that Test matches and limited overs matches will not take place on the same day.”

“There will obviously come a point where you can’t do that anymore and although we can play some white and red ball cricket along side each other, you can’t over lay them,” said Giles. “You can’t play two games on the same day. I don’t think that’s possible. So at some point international cricket is going to drop off. But I’m still hopefully right now we won’t get to that point.”

Giles was also not convinced about the prospect of playing these series overseas, even flipping the West Indies series to take place in the Caribbean. The complications of travel restrictions, needing to self-quarantine and everything else associated with combating the spread of COVID-19. Nevertheless, Giles has committed to doing everything possible to play cricket this summer.

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“We will do whatever we have to do, we will be flexible.  By no means would that be ideal, this goes far beyond that. There is bigger picture stuff here.  Apart from a health crisis, internally business wise part of our role is to keep business going and keep the lights on and we take that very seriously and we play a big role in that as international teams again working in partnership with the counties on what is best for the whole game.”

On the performance side of things, Giles feels a positive of potentially having Test and limited overs matches running concurrently would be the chance, as he puts it, to get a better look at other players and produce a broader group to pick from in the future. “In that sense, it might be an opportunity.”

The immediate issue for players is gaining match fitness. Aside from the part of the Test squad to Sri Lanka who returned home before the first Test, and those out in the Pakistan Super League, every other English cricketer has been getting into pre-season.

Players like James Anderson, for instance, who was rehabilitating from a rib injury that put him out of the South Africa tour at the start of 2020, was building himself back up to fighting fit and would require overs under his belt compared to, say, a batsman who can just about replicate elements of matchplay with an intense net session. The ECB science and medical teams estimate that match fitness takes between four and eight weeks depending on the skillset, age and industry history.

All centrally contracted cricketers have a specific programme to adhere to, along with a care package which consists of weights and supplements to keep them ticking over while isolating. And though technical aspects of training are unable to be fulfilled, Giles has implored England players to do their utmost to maintain their high levels of fitness while cooped up.

“My only ask of the players is that there is no real excuse why you can’t keep yourself fit during this period. You could be jumping up and down in your front room, you can still go for a jog, you can use your home equipment. There’s a full range of stuff you could be doing so that our players are ready when we get that green light. We might be quite rushed at that point but at least physically they are ready to get on with it.”



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