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Where: Port Elizabeth
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The dust has hardly settled on the gripping finish to the Test series, but already both South Africa and Australia have switched to Twenty20 mode.
Most of Australia’s Test cricketers are gone, with only three members of the victorious squad required for these three matches, while South Africa’s T20 outfit features much greater crossover.
And while the Test series was no doubt the major event of this tour, the T20s take on extra significance given the proximity to the World T20 in Bangladesh.
Neither South Africa nor Australia have ever won the World T20 and when this series finishes, the first match of the world tournament for each side will be less than ten days away.
Australia have strong recent form behind them after beating England 3-0, but it is hard to tell how greatly that result was affected by England’s general malaise by the end of their Ashes tour.
The Australian selectors have trusted form and experience over youth, recalling veterans Brad Hogg and Brad Hodge, although they have also tossed green legspinner James Muirhead in at the deep end.
South Africa have not played a T20 since November and they have in their squad uncapped fast bowler Beuran Hendricks and the allrounder Albie Morkel, who last played for his country at the 2012 World T20 in Sri Lanka.
Both teams might just have some tinkering to do in these three games.