South Africa vs India World Cup Prediction Tips – 5/6/2019

>IND Team News

With the mandatory window between the IPL final and their first ODI in the Cricket World Cup, India has had to wait longest to run its campaign. However, he played two warm-up matches and in the second, Keel Rahul’s century should have batted on four against South Africa. The biggest selection question is of three spinners – Kuldeep Yadav, Yuswendra Chahal and Ravindra Jadeja. Jadeja’s superior batting gave him an edge, which means that Yadav and Chahal compete for the last place.

RSA Team News

Hashim Amla missed a defeat from Bangladesh after head injury against England, while Dale Steyn has been ruled out of the tournament with shoulder injury. Due to the injury to Lungi Enigid’s Bangladesh, South Africa is below a limit. All-rounder Chris Morris could play against India, before Bayern Hendrikson was out to take Stan’s place. However, at the time of the fit, the staff could return to place of Iden Markram at the top of the order.

IND vs RSA Head to Head

India’s 5-1 win against South Africa in February 2018 means that they have won 34 out of 83 ODIs against Proteas so far. South Africa is still ahead with 46 victories overall.

Virat Kohli was in excellent form in that series, who scored three centuries on his way of 558 runs. Spinners Kuldeep Yadav and Yuswendra Chahal shared 33 wickets between them, in the meantime South Africa’s only victory was in the fourth game of rain deficit. India’s dominant form saw them claiming their biggest one-day win against South Africa when they chased 119 runs and won the second game with nine wickets. O posted 303/6 and in the third game, South Africa were bowled out for 179 runs. – In South Africa, he became his biggest one-day victory in the run-up against the hosts team.



India versus South Africa prediction

South Africa has made the worst start in this World Cup and it is not easy for Proteas for India in the next match. India wants to start its campaign with a win and has the merits of doing the same thing.

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