Read a preview and watch a live stream of South Africa vs Australia in their 2nd T20.
Where: Kingsmead, Durban.
When: Wednesday 12 March, 16.00 GMT.
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After the first Twenty20 international between South Africa and Australia was rained off on Sunday, there is all to play for with only two matches now in the series.
This is the last time either of these nations will get to test themselves in the shortest format of the game before the World T20 starts in Bangladesh later this month.
However, the weather forecast isn’t great for this clash either and there is the danger of yet another tie being cancelled before a ball has even been bowled.
South African captain Faf du Plessis is prepared to rest some of the senior figures who have been playing a lot in recent weeks so that they are ready for the tournament in Bangladesh – such as AB de Villiers.
Quinton de Kock should therefore take the gloves should the match go ahead, whilst pace bowler Dale Steyn is also out of the tie.
For the Australians their own star bowler Mitchell Johnson will be absent, whilst veteran Brad Hogg is struggling with a hamstring injury – but batsman David Warner is expected to play.