INDIA vs SOUTH AFRICA- 22nd Feb,2015
Expectation is looming large as the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015, INDIA vs SOUTH AFRICA Match Promises A Thrilling Sunday
The Pool B match will start at 9.00 IST ( 14:30 local | 03:30 GMT) Sunday in Melbourne
In the wake of getting their barrier of the World Cup off to an immaculate beginning by beating dangerous opponent Pakistan in Adelaide, India confront one of the top choices for the title, South Africa, at the extremely popular Melbourne Cricket Ground on Sunday. With a record audience for a cricket match thought to be viewing on TV sets far and wide, India crushed their neighbors by 76 runs to make it six wins out of six against Pakistan in World Cups.
India had looked helpless in front of the profoundly expected challenge with Pakistan in the wake of neglecting to win a solitary match in the Tri-Series with Australia and England a month ago. Anyhow Tendulkar’s beneficiary clear as the star of the India group, Virat Kohli, ventures up to the imprint, terminating 107 to lead Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s side to an aggregate of 300-7 when batting first.
While Kohli satisfied the weight on his shoulders, South Africa’s star, and the man positioned as the best batsman on the planet in the 50-over format, AB de Villiers attempted to a score of 25 preceding being released against unfancied Zimbabwe. At the time he was released, South Africa had tumbled to 83-4 and looked in some risk of succumbing to a real annoyed. Yet David Miller and JP Duminy terminated a record one-day international fifth-wicket partnership of 256 to post a solid aggregate, before South Africa’s bowlers did the rest to see them win by 62 runs in Hamilton.
South Africa touched base at the World Cup exceedingly fancied, with a batting lineup drove by De Villiers and Hashim Amla and a rocking the bowling alley assault led Dale Steyn. Yet they likewise confront the trouble of attempting to win the trophy surprisingly, having beforehand succumbed to various breathtaking disappointments in the last stages.
Expectation: This ought to be an exciting challenge that could go directly last minute, with the confirmation of this World Cup so far recommending whoever bats first could have a key point of interest. In any case South Africa’s batting may simply be excessively solid for the Indian bowling assault.