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Australia v South Africa
KENSINGTON OVAL, JUNE 19, 2016
7th Match - AUS v SAF
|South Africa 1st Inn||0/8|
|Australia won the toss and elected to bowl|
|Match abandoned due to rain|
|South Africa||Over:1.0 RR:8.00|
|Q de Kock||5||5||1||0||100.00|
|. |||1wd 4 . . 1wd . 1 1wd . ||
|Current Partnership:||8 runs, 6 balls, RR:133.33|
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Sharing a pair of wins and losses so far for the tournament, Australia and South Africa will meet once again with top spot on the line. Catch all the live scores, highlights and action from 3am (AEST) on The Roar.
The Tri-series sits in near perfect symmetry at the moment, with each side defeating and losing once to each other, leaving the competition hanging in the balance with South Africa ahead on bonus points.
Australia could be without their skipper Steve Smith for this one, having struggled with a quad injury between games. His place in the side will be left right up until the toss of the coin, with George Bailey a likely cover in case of a Smith absence.
Left arm demon Mitch Starc is expected to come back into the eleven after another mid tournament rest.
South Africa certainly have plenty to be confident coming into this one though, following up a series high 4 for 343 that included a Hashim Amla ton, with a record breaking seven-wicket haul to Imran Tahir in a big win over the West Indies.
The series has been a spinner’s dream so far, and with the extra boundary length at Kensington Oval, it’s only going to be that much harder to get the slow bowlers away.
This series has been near unpickable, with teams winning and losing at random.
South Africa certainly look to be the stronger of the two sides, but a resilient Australian outfit can never be written off.
South Africa to win by 16 runs or 4 wickets
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