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Cape Town – The widespread extent of the fairly glaring “non-batsmen” among their bowlers could prove a decisive drawback for South Africa at the looming Cricket World Cup.
On the bright side, remember this much: the Proteas, who are due to reveal their 15-strong party later on Thursday, should almost unfailingly put out an attack which, on paper, is as challenging and penetrative as any at the tournament.
But if their frontline batting only confirms fears that it is less heavyweight both in reputation and statistical delivery than the country has boasted in several earlier generations of SA one-day international squads, the potential for a worrying “perfect storm” at the crease could surface in some earnest.
There is little reason, according to my information, not to believe that convenor Linda Zondi will name the following six out-and-out bowlers in the intended CWC mix: Kagiso Rabada, Dale Steyn, Lungi Ngidi, Anrich Nortje, Imran Tahir and Tabraiz Shamsi.
All-rounder duties will be shared between Andile Phehlukwayo, Dwaine Pretorius and veteran middle-order batsman JP Duminy.
But that will also mean that the half-dozen bowling specialists listed – even being mindful of the fact that they certainly won’t all feature in XIs together — effectively only pile additional pressure on the batting department to fire with suitable consistency.
For truth be told, South Africa’s potential for tail-end effectiveness – in the instances where it may become necessary — will be more limited than that of several major rival nations.
It is a cruel comparison, considering just how notably opposite a phenomenon currently exists in the camp of England (who will also be among the hottest favourites for the tournament), but the host nation will have the incredibly useful luxury of knowing that they bat so deep that any top- or even middle-order crisis in specific games will not automatically be a train smash for them.
England are also the Proteas’ tournament-opening opponents at The Oval on May 30, a game that could set up Faf du Plessis and company for a rousing campaign, slightly against prevailing odds … or place them on the back foot quicker than they would like for later semi-final qualification in the round-robin event.
Even at this fairly long-range point, it is perhaps educative to look at some of the key batting stats of each squad’s (likely) six least proficient willow-wielders.
In the provisional England CWC group announced on Wednesday, that group would consist of Mark Wood, Chris Woakes, David Willey, Adil Rashid, Liam Plunkett and Tom Curran.
They will also, of course, have the enviable access to at least two quite genuine all-rounders in the form of Ben Stokes and Moeen Ali, who boast as many as 11 Test and six ODI centuries between them and can also be entrusted with copious amounts of World Cup bowling.
But there’s still a sobering amount of proven blade-power among that English “bottom six”, if you do the perfectly reasonable exercise of examining both the current ODI batting stats of the group and their first-class ones (the latter generally serve as an especially good yardstick of consistency and competency at the crease).
Using the ODI figure first and first-class next, these are the batting averages of England’s specialist bowlers: Woakes 26.64 and 35.34, Curran 23.66 and 17.72, Rashid 19.59 and 32.48, Plunkett 19.46 and 25.00, Willey 18.84 and 26.57, Wood 9.00 and 21.38.
Now peruse the Proteas’ own “worst-batting” six: Ngidi 20.00 and 5.14, Rabada 14.35 and 12.00, Steyn 9.35 and 13.71, Tahir 8.11 and 14.22, Nortje 8.00 and 15.75, and Shamsi 0.00 and 8.01.
Combine the ODI batting averages of the English six studied here and you get a figure of 19.53: the South African equivalent figure is 9.96.
Similarly, when you do that exercise with the first-class batting averages, the English group present a figure of 26.41 and their SA counterparts 11.47.
There is a considerable gulf, on both occasions.
Don’t get me wrong, the Proteas will have comforting strengths in plenty of areas at this World Cup; I am not writing them off.
My statistical and observational fears on the bottom-end batting front may also prove a spectacular irrelevance from late May through to mid-July, and there will be some teams boasting rather more similar drawbacks to theirs in the tail.
But I have a nagging hunch, nevertheless, that that bottom-end batting frailty COULD come home to bite South Africa at inconvenient times during CWC 2019.
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Ten people have been killed in a head-on collision on the N1 in Limpopo, while another is in a critical condition in a Modimolle hospital.
Limpopo Department of Transport spokesperson Matome Taueatsoala said the accident happened when the driver of a minibus taxi, travelling from Zimbabwe, lost control of the vehicle and veered into the north bound lane of the N1, colliding with a truck.
The accident happened between Kranskop and Mookhophong, between 03:00 and 04:00.
— Rob Beezy (@TrafficSA) April 18, 2019
ALERT ??: Major crash on the N1 between Kranskop Plaza and Mookgophong, Limpopo. 1x Truck and 1x Minibus involved, 7 fatalities.
— Road Traffic Management Corporation (@TrafficRTMC) April 18, 2019
There is horrific accident that claimed 10 lifes so far at mookgophong so N1 is closed
— Dipela mashberrytheo (@DipelaTheo) April 18, 2019
Be safe & practice patience on the road guys. Am hearing of an accident between Modimolle & Mookgophong involving a truck & taxi on the N1 North. (7 Fatalities) @TrafficRTMC
— Sechaba Mohapi (@sechabamo_hapi) April 18, 2019
“Both lanes on the N1 have been completely closed for two hours to allow forensic pathologists and other people to clear the scene.
“What we can tell now is that our people should exercise maximum patience. In the meantime, motorists should use the R101 and R33 as alternatives, if they [are] travelling between Mookhophong and Modimolle,” he said.
He added that the road was expected to be re-opened just after 11:30.
The province is experiencing high traffic volumes ahead of the start of the Easter weekend.
The department has called for motorists to be patient with each other, particularly at toll gates, where there will be congestion.
“Please do exercise patience, do not speed, take a rest where possible. Judging by the time the accident took place, we suspect that the driver was fatigued and he lost control of his vehicle.
“We always advise motorists to take breaks whenever they feel tired behind the wheel,” Taueatsoala said.
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Danish researchers have sniffed out a potential new weapon to fight armpit odour.
It’s zinc oxide, or ZnO. The strategy was inspired by hospital wound care. Because putting zinc oxide on open surgical wounds reduces corynebacteria and the bad smell they create, researchers thought it might also make an effective deodorant.
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The study authors said their small, early trial with 30 healthy volunteers stopped stink cold. That’s because zinc oxide kills the two types of bacteria that cause underarm odour – Corynebacterium spp. and Staphylococcus spp.
“Even though it contained no fragrance like conventional deodorants, the participants could identify that it had neutralised any bad odour under the arm where it was applied,” said lead researcher Dr Magnus Agren, of the Copenhagen Wound Healing Center at Bispebjerg Hospital, in Denmark.
But don’t breathe easy just yet: This fragrance-free deodorant isn’t yet available, though Colgate-Palmolive, who makes it and paid for the trial, hopes to bring it to market.
The findings were scheduled for presentation at a meeting of the European Congress of Clinical Microbiology and Infectious Diseases, in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
For the 13-day study, 30 men and women volunteered to try zinc oxide. They were randomly assigned to have zinc oxide in one armpit and a placebo in the other.
The researchers took samples of the study participants’ underarm bacteria and caused small wounds in the area. Participants were asked if they detected a difference in scent between their left and right armpit and, if so, which smelled better.
Compared with placebo, levels of odour-causing bacteria were significantly lower with zinc oxide, the findings showed. It also reduced the redness caused by the wounds and promoted healing, the investigators noted in a meeting news release.
Research presented at meetings is typically considered preliminary until published in a peer-reviewed journal.
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