Faf du Plessis Gives Advice to Proteas Batsmen

Faf du Plessis Gives Advice to Proteas Batsmen

Faf du Plessis Gives Advice to Proteas Batsmen

The Proteas skipper is going to put up a good show in the final Test against the Men in Blue

South African Cricket Team Test skipper Faf du Plessis spoke to the press ahead of the final Test match that will be held in Ranchi. His side faced defeat in the second match of the series against the Men in Blue. However, the skipper is determined to demolish in India in the upcoming match.

‘We need to put big runs on the board in the first innings’, du Plessis said. ‘When you get runs in the first innings anything from there is possible. For us first innings runs will be vital and then anything could happen in the second innings’.

Du Plessis has an advice for the batsmen from his side. ‘It is really important that you prepare as much as you can and make it as tough as possible’.

Meanwhile, Proteas opener Aiden Markram was ruled out of the third Test due to a wrist injury. According to a source, Markram banged his hand on a solid object after he was dismissed in the second innings of the second Test match. 

The third and final Test match between South Africa and India will be held on Saturday, October 19 at the JSCA International Stadium Complex in Ranchi. The Men in Blue (-1111.11) has the best odds to win against the Proteas (+720). Check out the latest cricket odds on Betwala.

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