South Africa will be locking horns with Australia in the third and final match of the ongoing T20 series at Newlands in Cape Town on Wednesday.
South Africa have drawn level in the T20 series after their terrific win in the second T20 international of the series at the St. George’s Park a couple of days ago. Despite having David Warner at the crease, Australia failed to chase down 20 runs from the last two overs of that game. What is even more surprising, the Proteas bowlers gave away just seven runs from the last 12 balls and handed Australia a defeat! The Protea fire was on display on Sunday when a Quinton de Kock-led side created panic in the minds of the Aussies, thereby rallying to stay alive in the series and this is a golden chance for their skipper to add the first trophy feather to his captaincy cap. While we let them decide about the future of the series on the ground tomorrow, off it, we can make quite a bit of cash and that too guaranteed! You have got to trust me with my market suggestions as I have stats and numbers to substantiate my claim. So let me take you through them one by one:
Ever since he has donned the captain’s hat, Quinton de Kock has been unstoppable with the bat and his flamboyance has oozed out of those GM made willows which he uses! But the fortunes have not favoured South Africa the way the southpaw wanted, as in seven matches as the captain of this team, he has lost four games already. But the resurrection is not far I believe because the skipper has been outstanding with the bat and that is exactly what he intends to do in the final game of the series as well. De Kock averages 32.13 with the bat in T20 internationals and has notched up 1221 runs so far in his career. He has played 11 matches against Australia and has managed to score 346 runs at an average of 34.60 including one half century, which came in the previous match. He has featured in 19 matches on his home soil and has racked up 563 runs at an average of 35.18 including three fifties. Now, as a captain, de Kock has piled up 334 runs in just seven matches at an incredible average of 55.66 including four fifties. Dafabet is offering odds of 1.87 for Quinton de Kock to score over 26.5 runs and if you are to believe in his form, that is how it is going to pan out.
The devastating opener has been around this T20 international circuit for some time and has made quite a name for himself as well. We all are aware of his exploits and antics with the bat at the top of the order and we just enjoy watching him do so time and time again. But unfortunately, his unbeaten 67 could not take Australia over the line in the second T20 international of the series. However, that does not mean he is going to put a tap on that run flow from his bat and therefore you need to know a few stats about this dangerous left hander before placing your bets. Warner averages 31.15 in T20 internationals and has 2150 runs under his belt in 78 matches including one century and 16 half centuries. In 13 matches he has featured against South Africa, Warner has notched up 400 runs at an average of 33.33 including four half centuries. He is also the highest head to head run scorer and he is only looking to add to that runs tally. Under the leadership of Aaron Finch he has played 10 matches, and he has only been dismissed on three occasions, averaging 142.66. In those 10 matches he has scored 428 runs and has one hundred and four half tons - tell me how insane are those numbers! Dafabet is offering odds of 1.87 for David Warner to score over 28.5 runs and do you get to see any other choice?
We have not seen much of the “Killer Miller” in recent times and that did not augur well for South Africa. But his ability to win games almost single-handedly is not unknown to us. It’s just that he has lost a bit of touch while finishing the games but when he does, boy, he is a treat to watch! For us to win the bet, we only need him to score 19 runs and that would suffice for us; it definitely might not suffice for South Africa in context of the game but we will make almost double our investment if he does so. Miller has played 77 T20 internationals and has scored 1394 runs at an average of 29.65 including one hundred and two half centuries. He has featured in 13 matches against Australia and has scored 226 runs at an average of 28.25 and has one fifty to his name. Miller has scored 942 runs in South Africa at an average of 34.88 in 43 matches including that hundred and those two fifties. Under the captaincy of Quinton de Kock, the hard-hitting South African batsman has averaged 25.75. When he has featured in a two-team series, he has piled up 1262 runs at an average of 30.78. As you can see, all the scenarios are working in our favour and therefore, you should not waste much and bet on this market from Dafabet, who are offering odds of 1.87 for Miller to score over 18.5 runs.