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|Nadine de Klerk||22||22||2||0||100.00|
|Mignon du Preez||7||5||1||0||140.00|
|Nadine de Klerk||4.0||0||40||1||10.00|
The see-saw series between South Africa women and Pakistan women continued to take interesting turns as Pakistan women once again emerged on top in a closely fought third T20I of the series. With just two more T20Is to go, both the sides will be looking to up the ante and take the upper hand in the series. Pakistan will have an opportunity to wrap things up, as far as the series is concerned, when the two teams lock horns in the fourth match of the series at Willowmoore Park, Benoni on Wednesday, May 22nd.
Led by Sune Luus, the Protean side are clearly missing the service of their regular skipper, van Niekerk, both as a skipper and as a player. It has been visible in almost all of their matches with their top-order being a little too cautious.
In the last match, they failed to capitalize on their start with the ball as they lost after being in a position to dictate terms. Defending a total of 138 which was largely set-up by a collective effort from their top-order, their new ball bowlers dismissed three Pakistani batsmen for just three runs.
However, thanks to some inaccurate and indisciplined bowling, Pakistan first bounced back into the contention and then grabbed the match by the scruff of its neck to hand South Africa the second loss of the series.
Lizelle Lee, Tazmin Brits, Nadine de Klerk, Chloe Tryon, Sune Luus, Mignon du Preez, Sinalo Jafta, Shabnim Ismail, Masabata Klaas, Moseline Daniels, Nondumiso Shangase.
So far in the series, Pakistan women have played with a lot of grit, passion, and exuberance and it has shown in the results. They lead the series 2-1 which before the beginning was considered to be a lost cause for the tourists.
Their skipper Bismah Maroof has done exceedingly well for them in the series so far which has been a major reason for their success as well. Alongside her, Dar has contributed well in all the departments of the game and certainly plays a key role in adding to the balance of the side.
Their middle-order came to their rescue in the last match after their top-order was dismantled without any noteworthy contribution. Overall, Pakistan side look well settled and have so far managed to punch above their weight. Should they continue to do so, the Proteas will certainly have their work cut-out.
Javeria Khan, Sidra Ameen, Bismah Maroof, Nida Dar, Iram Javed, Aliya Riaz, Sidra Nawaz, Sana Mir, Ramin Shamim, Fatima Sana, Kainat Imtiaz.
Even the series so far has pretty much been balanced, the South African women have been more or less outplayed by the tourists, considering that they also had home advantage with them. Pakistan women have exhibited outstanding composure in the middle order which the Proteas have lacked. The absence of a couple of players haven't helped the Proteas either. There is still uncertainty over the availability of Marizanne Kapp which could be a distinguishing factor. Despite the losses, the Proteas are a better team on paper and with the added home advantage and the likelihood of Kapp playing, we think they are better placed to emerge the upcoming match and level the series.
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