Pakistan Vs South Africa 5th ODI Highlights 30 January 2019
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- 1 PAK vs SA 5th ODI Highlights – 30 January 2019
- 2 Pakistan vs South Africa 5th ODI Cricket Match Highlights 2019
- 3 Match Statistics:
- 4 Pakistan/Playing XI:
- 5 South Africa/Playing XI:
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PAK vs SA 5th ODI Highlights – 30 January 2019
5th ODI (D/N), Pakistan tour of South Africa 2018-19, Watch SA v Pak Cricket highlights today – Fifth and final one day international from Newlands, Cape Town (South Africa) Wednesday 30th January 2019. In the last match, Pakistan level the series by 2-2 and because of that 4th ODI result, Today’s match will be the grand decider of the five ODI series. At this Newlands, Cape Town venue the highest total is 367/5 posted by the home team South Africa in 2017 against Sri Lanka. Pakistan team-best score at this ground is 231 scored in 2002.
South Africa has won the toss and elected to BOWL first
South Africa: Wiaan Mulder has been added to the squad for the series-decider. The hosts will be looking to bring their A-team to ensure a series win at arguably the most important stage of their World Cup preparations. Having said that, the comfort with which the Pakistan batsmen tackled Imran Tahir may force them to bring in Tabraiz Shamsi.
Pakistan: Though Pakistan were exceptional with the ball in the Pink ODI, questions remain over their first-change bowler. In Johannesburg, they tried Mohammad Amir at that position, but Hasan Ali has largely reaped success in that role. In fact, for his very ability to inflict damage in the middle overs with lateral movement off the surface at a daunting pace, Hasan was awarded player of the tournament award in the ICC Champions Trophy in 2017. With the World Cup at the same venue as the Champions Trophy, Pakistan would want Hasan to retain that role.
It had been a while since Pakistan put comprehensive performances in all facets of the game. Mostly, their batting department had been the weak link. But, this series, the batsmen have stepped up. They have played with intent and seemed to have cracked the code of batting in ODI cricket.
That there is a suggestion Pakistan have finally struck a right combination, from this squad, despite their captain being suspended is a big positive after how they exited the Asia Cup last year largely due to their failure to jot down a decent playing XI. Pakistan became the first Asian side to beat South Africa at home in an ODI series in 2013. Now, they are eyeing their second consecutive series win. And, the fact they are playing on a surface suitable for spin bowling further brightens their chances.
South Africa Won by 7 Wickets and They have won the Series by 3-2
- Match: RSA vs PAK, 5th ODI, Pakistan tour of South Africa, 2018-19
- Date: Wednesday, January 30, 2019
- Time: 11:00 AM GMT
- Venue: Newlands, Cape Town
- Umpires: Gregory Brathwaite , Adrian Holdstock
- Third Umpire: Paul Reiffel
- Match Referee:Ranjan Madugalle
Last five completed games, most recent first
South Africa : L W W L W
Pakistan : W L L W W
Pakistan vs South Africa 5th ODI Cricket Match Highlights 2019
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- Avg 1st inn score: 235
- Avg 2nd inn score: 186
- Highest Total: 367/5 (50 Ov) by RSA vs SL
- Lowest Total: 43/10 (19.5 Ov) by PAK vs WI
- Highest Chased: 258/7 (50 Ov) by RSA vs NZ
- Lowest Defended: 140/9 (50 Ov) by RSA vs WI
- SA ODI Ranking: 4th Position
- PAK ODI Ranking: 5th Position
- Head to Head in ODI: 75
- PAK Won: 26
- SA Won: 48
Shoaib Malik (c), Mohammad Rizwan (wk), Imam-ul-Haq, Fakhar Zaman, Babar Azam, Mohammad Hafeez, Imad Wasim, Shadab Khan, Mohammad Amir, Shaheen Afridi, Usman Khan, Hasan Ali, Faheem Ashraf, Hussain Talat, Shan Masood
South Africa/Playing XI:
Quinton de Kock (wk), Faf du Plessis (c), Hashim Amla, Reeza Hendricks, Rassie van der Dussen, David Miller, Andile Phehlukwayo, Willem Mulder, Dale Steyn, Kagiso Rabada, Beuran Hendricks, Imran Tahir, Tabraiz Shamsi, Aiden Markram, Dwaine Pretorius