South Africa

Quinton de Kock will captain the T20 squad with Rassie van der Dussen as vice-captain while Temba Bavuma will be the vice-captain to Faf du Plessis in the Test match squad.

Hashim Amla is being hailed on Twitter by the cricketing fraternity for being the pillar of Proteas batting line-up for many years.

The fast bowler represented South Africa in 93 Tests and took 439 wickets at an average of 22.95. Steyn is the leading wicket-taker for his nation in the longest format as he went past Shaun Pollock earlier this year.

India will start their West Indies tour from August 3 and will play three T20s, as many ODIs and two Test matches. This will be India's first assignment post ICC World Cup. In the recently concluded World Cup, India were defeated by New Zealand in the semi-final by 18 runs.

The 40-year-old made his ODI debut in the year 2011 World Cup against West Indies in Delhi and he went on to scalp four wickets.In his eight-year-long ODI career, the leg-spinner has featured in 106 ODIs for Proteas and has bagged 172 wickets. His career-best figures till now are of 7/45 against West Indies in 2016

New Zealand are 'invincible' in the tournament as they won their first three clashes and the last match against India was called off due to rain. Kiwis are currently at the second position in the teams' standing with seven points in four matches.

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Chasing a target of 331, South Africa got off to a steady start. Both the openers, Quinton de Kock and Aiden Markram, played some brilliant shots and formed a 49-run partnership. However, in the 10th over, De Kock got run out after scoring 23 runs.

Even Faf du Plessis, South Africa's skipper tweeted that technology should be used more often in cricket as there are many front foot no-balls that are being missed in modern day cricket.

South African cricketer JP Duminy on Friday announced his retirement plans from the ODIs. The Proteas all rounder will retire from ODIs after the Cricket World Cup 2019 in England.