Duminy, Phangiso back for Proteas
JP Duminy and Aaron Phangiso have both been included in the Proteas squad for the upcoming three-match Twenty20 series against the touring West Indians next month.
Duminy led the South Africans in their most recent T20 series in Australia but was then ruled out of the Test series against the Caribbeans with injury.
Phangiso was a regular in the Proteas limited overs side this year before he was ruled out of that trip Down Under with injury as well.
The left-arm spinner will be available for the entire series against the Windies, while Duminy will only feature in the final match.
For the most part, the selectors have kept faith the players that went down 2-1 to Australia, with then-debutants Reeza Hendricks, Rilee Rossouw and Kagiso Rabada all keeping their places in the squad.
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"Once again we are resting a number of senior players who are involved across all three formats," commented Cricket South Africa (CSA) selection convener, Andrew Hudson.
"This will be the last chance to rest them before we get into World Cup mode with the Momentum ODI Series against the West Indies."
The side will once again be led by Faf du Plessis.
Faf du Plessis (The Unlimited Titans, captain), Kyle Abbott (Sunfoil Dolphins), Farhaan Behardien (The Unlimited Titans), Marchant de Lange (The Unlimited Titans), JP Duminy (Nashua Cape Cobras), Reeza Hendricks (Chevrolet Knights), Imran Tahir (Sunfoil Dolphins), David Miller (Sunfoil Dolphins), Wayne Parnell (Chevrolet Warriors), Aaron Phangiso (bizhub Highveld Lions), Kagiso Rabada (bizhub Highveld Lions), Rilee Rossouw (Chevrolet Knights), Morne van Wyk (Sunfoil Dolphins), David Wiese (The Unlimited Titans)
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