Aussies wont go down that easily! Form of Jacques Kallis and fitness of Steyn will be very important for South Africa!Yeah well they have a better team now. And Australia have a worse team now. And last time it was essentially 1-0 as australia only one the third test due to rain.
Yea but both times it was massive innings from the big fella that put an end to their captaincies.Smith's been captain in a series where Hussain and Vaughan's captaincies finished. That's it.
Did you see the two run-outs though? Holy ****. I don't think i've ever seen two one-stump direct hits from the deep in one innings before.Have to say that the number of catches SA have floored today against Bangladesh doesn't fill me with any confidence at all.
Heck, Graeme Smith dropped one. I can only recall him dropping 1 catch before in his Test career (not that it is the only one he's ever dropped, obv, but I can't imagine there'd be many others), and that was off the batsman who was dropped more than anyone else I've ever seen, Marcus Trescothick.
Well he's hardly tearing viciously through batsmen in this series. And unlike NZ the South Africans know which way round to hold the bat.If Brett Lee bowls like he did today and late yesterday he will get over 15 wickets in the series easily. He just needs to get a little more swing, and with his consistent line and length, at a decent pace, wickets will be his. I also think that the South Africans have a very strong batting line up, and a good bowling attack, lead by Steyn.