Friday, December 1

Kagiso Rabada ruled after retaining the right addicted strain in the ODI series against England.

Kagiso Rabada. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Africa were against England for the T20 series in recent times, where hosts Africa suffered a whitewash 0–3. The Eoin Morgan side dominated them in every category and stole all the limelight in the T20I series. In the latest turn of events, Africa’s star fast bowler Kagiso Rabada has been ruled out of the ODI series. He went down with drug addiction and would take a good amount of time to regain his best fitness and form before getting back into action.

Three weeks of complete rest were advised for Rabada, and in the same light he was released from the present bio-bubble. Cricket South Africa Said that Rabada has been released to ensure that he undergoes proper rehabilitation. He will have to prepare well ahead of South Africa’s two-match Test series against Sri Lanka starting in late December.

Kagiso Rabada is an important team in South Africa’s bowling arsenal

England and South Africa will now play against each other for the three ODIs starting on December 4 in Cape Town. Kagiso Rabada plays a key role in South Africa’s bowling set. Time and again, he has proved himself on the field. Speaking of Rabada’s latest form in IPL 2020, he stole all the limelight as he remained the proud owner of the Purple Cap with 30 wickets under his belt. The Delhi Capital’s young fast bowler played a key role in advancing DC in their first IPL finale.

Speaking of T20I series England And South Africa, dominated by hosts in every category and had an amnesia. They lost to the English team by nine wickets in the final T20I. During the second T20I, Eoin Morgan and company defeated South Africa by four wickets. In the opening T20I, England won the match against the African team by five wickets.

David Malan has been named as the player of the series for his commendable performance with the bat. Rabada will be eagerly awaited before being taken to South Africa for his next big future assignment.