Live Cricket Streaming: Australia vs South Africa T20 World Cup
Australia vs South Africa Live Streaming super eight match of T20 World Cup 2012.The R Premadasa stadium in Colombo will light up once again on Super Sunday as old foes Australia and South Africa engage in what will be fierce battle for victory. These two sides have had a history of producing close and entertaining encounters, especially in big tournaments which should make this one worth watching. One can be rest assured that there will not be a quarter given by either side in this game as both teams look to make a stronger case for a place in the Semi Finals. Here is how these two power houses compare against each other ahead of the big clash.
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The Australians have sneaked in under the radar in this tournament thus far and have won 3 games out of 3 to reclaim their credentials as title contenders at least, if not favorites. They also an incredibly settled side after not making even one change to their playing XI in all games. Their thumping 10 wicket win over a string Indian side the other night will do no harm to their confidence as they aim to get the better of their bitter rivals South Africa once again in big tournaments, an edge that they have always possessed. Shane Watson, Dave Warner and Michael Hussey have collectively looked, by far, the best top order in the tournament and with the way they are going , the Aussie management will not bother about the "top heavy" batting line up tag that has been put on them. If need be however, Cameron White, George Bailey, Daniel Christian and Glenn Maxwell will be more than happy to pitch in and prove their credibility. Their middle order thus cannot be mistaken for being incapable on the back of their inexperience.
The Aussie bowling unit too stuck to their plans brilliantly against the Indians the other night and restricted a strong line up to just 140, setting up the win for the team. Right arm tear away quick Pat Cummins was brilliant with his energy and bustle against India while the rest of the bowling in Mitchell Starc, Bradley Hogg and the all rounders Watson, Christian and Maxwell surely played their part in assisting him. They should keep the same combo for Sunday's game too and hope for similar execution and results.
The South Africans had a day full of up and downs in their game against Pakistan the other day but will be looking to shrug off a narrow defeat and come hard at the Aussies. They certainly have the man power to do it by matching them in all departments. On paper they look the most balanced side in the tournament as all Rounders Jacques Kallis, Albie Morkel, Robin Peterson and Johan Botha render great stability to the side along with flexibility. Hashim Amla will open with the hard hitting Richard Levi while the in form JP Duminy and skipper AB de Villiers will play vital roles in the middle order. Young Jehan Behardien hasn't quite looked the part yet in this side and he could face the axe ahead of Faf Du Plessis who has made himself a reputation of playing spin well in the sub-continent in this year's IPL.
South Africa's bowling besides the all rounders will feature regular quicks Dale Steyn and Morne Morkel who will go hard at the top before being supported by the aforementioned all-round options later in the innings. Off spinner JP Duminy too looked a decent option on these wickets and he will be turning his arm over more as the tournament progresses.
Australia: S Watson, D Warner, M Hussey, M Wade, C White, G Bailey, G Maxwell, D Christian, B Hogg, M Starc, P Cummins
South Africa: H Amla, R Levi, J Kallis, AB de Villiers, J Duminy, F Behardien / F du Plessis, A Morkel, J Botha, R Peterson, D Steyn, M Morkel