(Video) South Africa post daunting numbers on the board

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Aryan Surana

South Africa began cautiously in the powerplay in their T20 World Cup clash against Australia, but once Quinton de Kock departed, all hell broke loose. Rassie van der Dussen (94) was the chief aggressor initially and Aiden Markram (52) joined him soon. England bowlers were rusty, and their fielding wasn't great either. If they manage to restrict England below 131 in a demanding chase of 190, the Proteas can make the cut to the knockouts. And they do possess a bowling attack capable of doing so.