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South Africa have never lost a Pink ODI

After a comprehensive beating in Durban, Pakistan's performance in the third ODI again, with the morality of the wardrobe. Although the visitors were circumcised on the losing end of a rain-competitive, thanks to timely acceleration from Reeza Hendricks, their batsman showed signs of a Mature batting display, which is becoming a rarity.

After an early dismissal, the top-order an epic recovery - centered rotation", the strike staged. And if the batsman came out in the mid-and asked, you from the platform. It seemed like Pakistan had finally cracked the code of one day batting. After managing just 38 in the first powerplay shot 91 in the final.

But, to expect a similar depth with the batting display of them in the Pink ODI would be a disappointment for the setting. You were brilliant with the bat in the hunt during the first ODI. But then, they faltered miserably in the second. Remember, Nasser Hussain's famous words, "Pakistan cricket at its best: one minute, down the next minute?"

What is more threatening, at the conclusion of the vibration, in the next match, South Africa's impeccable record in pink. You have never been beaten up, in a Pink ODI and scoring rate per over jumps to seven out of a total of 5.71. With this, their highest ever ODI total when she scored wore pink.

Keep in mind that South Africa, above-mentioned recording and their 2-1 lead in the five-match series, Pakistan will be a hard Sunday. But Pakistan will know that you are not too far away from beating South Africa, and thus an end to their winning streak.

The game is expected to be influenced by rain storms spread predicts, in the course of the day. With clouds expected to hover the mouse pointer over the stadium, pacers get help, to move the ball laterally in the air - something that is threatened with extinction in one-day cricket. But the small dimensions, fast, field, players, and the true leap into the wicket-provide the opportunity for the batsman to made post big.

When: South Africa vs Pakistan, 4th ODI; 27. January, 2019, 10 AM local time

Where: The Wanderers, Johannesburg

What to expect: a Jam-packed grass banks and a festive atmosphere in the crowd with sizzling contest between bat and ball in the middle.

Team News

South Africa: South Africa's pace stocks deliver their coach Ottis Gibson, the leisure of the Rotation of the bowlers. And, each of them was equally impressive when passing the ball on the international stage. To craft you need a lot of play with her. But, her need to find the right combination ahead of the crucial world Cup could lead to some changes.

Likely XI: Quinton de Kock (wk), Hashim Amla, Reeza Hendricks, Faf du Plessis (c), David Miller, Rassie van der Dussen, Andile Phehlukwayo, Kagiso Rabada, Dale Steyn, Beuran Hendricks, Tabraiz Shamsi/Imran Tahir

Pakistan

The axe could, finally, Zaman fall on Fakhar, who has 53 runs in three ODIs on the tour, and he will pave the way for Shan Masood. With Mohammad Amir Imad Wasim to do the work, it is unlikely that Pakistan will look to bring back either of their bowling all-rounder in Faheem Ashraf or Talat Hussain.

Likely XI: Imam ul Haq, Shan Masood, Babar Azam, Mohammad Hafeez, Shoaib Malik, Sarfraz Ahmed (wk), Imad Wasim, Shadab Khan, Mohammad Amir, Hasan Ali, Shaheen Afridi

Did you know?

Hashim Amla averages 81.4 in Pink ODIs. He also has the highest individual score (153), which came in the year 2015 against the West Indies

In Pakistan, the opponents in the latter, the first Pink ODI in 2013, were in South Africa. Five players from this match - Hashim Amla, Faf du Plessis, Dale Steyn, Mohammad Hafeez and Shoaib Malik are at the turn on Sunday

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