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Du Plessis full-time T20 captain

Faf du Plessis , the South Africa batsman,
has been appointed full-time Twenty20
captain, beginning with the matches against
Pakistan, after AB de Villiers requested to
stand down from the role. The development
means South Africa will have a different
captain for each format, with Graeme Smith
leading the Test side, de Villiers the ODI
team and du Plessis the T20 side.
Jacques Kallis was once again rested from
the limited-overs squads to play Pakistan -
he had missed the games against New
Zealand too - as South Africa seek to
manage his workload. Cricket South Africa
(CSA) said Hashim Amla had asked for a
break from T20 cricket this year to focus on
the other two formats and so was left out of
the squad, as was Dale Steyn, who was also
rested.
Fast bowler Morne Morkel, who will miss
the third Test in Centurion because of a
hamstring injury sustained at Newlands, was
named in the ODI squad but will be
replaced by the uncapped Kyle Abbott for
the T20 matches. Lonwabo Tsotsobe, who is
missing the Tests against Pakistan because
of an ankle injury, was also named in both
limited-overs squads.
Henry Davids, Aaron Phangiso, Chris Morris
and Quinton de Kock, who made their T20
debuts against New Zealand, were retained
in the squad, but wicketkeeper de Kock lost
his ODI spot to David Miller. De Villiers will
keep wicket in the ODIs.
"AB has expressed that sometimes he feels
that he is not sure about T20 cricket so we
have decided to give Faf the leadership,"
South Africa coach Gary Kirsten said. "The
decision to make AB keep again is because
we feel that is our strongest combination.
Quinton de Kock will learn from the chances
he had and he will be back at some point.
Du Plessis had filled in for de Villiers as
captain during the T20 series against New
Zealand at home as well, after de Villiers
cited the need for rest because of his
workload, which includes wicketkeeping.
"Handing Faf the T20 captaincy is an exciting
option for us to explore our leadership
resources," Kirsten said. "He showed a lot
of potential during the series against New
Zealand in both the T20 and ODI formats,
and this will be another great opportunity
for him to work on his role as a leader.
"Having three captains also allows us to
spread the resources among our three
formats, with Graeme (Smith) and AB also
providing the ideal support in the Test and
ODI formats. This is an important year for
our limited-overs squads and this new
direction is an exciting step forward."
The Champions Trophy during the summer
in England is the next major ODI tournament
and Kirsten said South Africa had a settled
team for that campaign. "The balancing has
been tried to rest players to explore a
couple of new guys. We've got a strong
team [for the Pakistan series]," Kirsten said.
"It's only Jacques Kallis who does not get
considered and JP [Duminy] who is injured. I
am negotiating with Kallis around
involvement in the Champions Trophy and
he has expressed interest in it. We would
look to play him in a major trophy."
ODI squad : AB de Villiers (capt), Hashim
Amla, Farhaan Behardien, Faf du Plessis,
Colin Ingram, Rory Kleinveldt, Ryan
McLaren, David Miller, Morne Morkel, Robin
Peterson, Aaron Phangiso, Graeme Smith,
Dale Steyn, Lonwabo Tsotsobe.
Twenty20 squad : Faf du Plessis (capt), Kyle
Abbott, Farhaan Behardien, Henry Davids,
Quinton de Kock, AB de Villiers, Rory
Kleinveldt, Ryan McLaren, David Miller, Chris
Morris, Justin Ontong, Robbie Peterson,
Aaron Phangiso, Lonwabo Tsotsobe
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Centurion will test Pakistan's learning

One thing was evident about Pakistan's
mood when they left Cape Town for
Johannesburg (and ultimately Centurion) on
Tuesday: they were relaxed. Many of them,
including Saeed Ajmal, Umar Gul and Younis
Khan, cradled babies, while the rest chatted
and milled about like a tour group off on
their next adventure.
Most of their squad are on their first trip to
South Africa and seem to be enjoying it
despite defeat in the Test series. They know
they have nothing but further improvement
to gain and the difference between their
performance at the Wanderers and their
showing at Newlands indicates the learning
process is taking shape. Pakistan should be
careful not get too comfortable with the
upward curve, though, because SuperSport
Park has been a snake pit for sub-continent
sides and a fortress for South Africa.
None of India, Pakistan or Sri Lanka have
ever won a match at the venue while it also
challenges both the Wanderers and
Newlands for status as the home of South
African cricket. In results terms, the title
belongs to SuperSport Park.
Since the ground came into existence after
readmission, South Africa have lost on it
only once to make it their most successful
home venue. England are the only other
team to have tasted victory in Centurion -
theirs came in the 2000 Test in which both
sides agreed to forfeit an innings and the
result became famous for other reasons.
But the sub-continental record reads like a
sorry saga. Sri Lanka have been defeated
four times at and India and Pakistan once
each. The last two teams beaten at the
venue, India and Sri Lanka, were dealt
innings defeats and South Africa have won
five of the last eight Tests in Centurion by
such a margin.
Reasons for their success at Centurion are
simple. It is a typical South African surface
that offers plenty for the quicks and turns
batting into a challenge were only the
toughest survive. "Those are the type of
wickets we like to play on," Gary Kirsten, the
South Africa coach, said. "We like pace and
bounce and pitches that offer a lot to our
bowlers because that has been a formula
for success for us in the past. When we go
to other countries, we play the type of
cricket that they want to play. When we're at
home we like to the play cricket we want to
play."
The same can be expected this time with the
pitch a familiar shade of green a day and
half before game time. Hilbert Smit, the
groundsman, has on previous occasions
explained to ESPNcricinfo that the grass
covering seen before a match can be
misleading. Instead of indicating a raging
green-top, it is often just colouring and
does not play as violently as it threatens to.
But the threat has often been enough to
unsettle visiting sides especially because
SuperSport Park has often hosted the first
Test of a series and they have yet to find
their feet. Coupled with the mental effects of
seeing a pitch that two days before the
match is only briefly distinguishable from the
outfield, teams have been skittled out.
In four of the last five Test at SuperSport
Park, the first innings total was 250 or less
and Kirsten expected the par score to hover
around there again. "South Africa presents
the toughest conditions to bat in," Kirsten
said. "We have to give credit to our
batsmen who on a regular basis perform on
wickets that are doing a fair amount. When
we look at a yardstick we say 400 is a good
first innings score but in South Africa we
have to realign our goals and maybe 300 is
a very good competitive score."
Pakistan have had three weeks to shift their
mindset and the demons that face many
visiting teams at Centurion should not affect
them in the same way. Their first Test nerves
were settled three weeks ago at the
Wanderers where they did not even have to
front up first on a tricky pitch. Graeme Smith
chose to bat first to get the series underway
and South Africa had to survive bowler
friendly conditions.
At Newlands they gave South Africa the "big
battle" Kirsten said they expected and now
they have the chance to take that one step
further. Problems against the new-ball
remain but one thing they can hope for at
Centurion is that their bowlers, and
Mohammed Irfan in particular, will be able
to take as much advantage of the surface as
South Africa's attack.
Something they should not expect, Kirsten
warned, is that the No.1 team will relax,
even though they have already won the
series. "When Australia were at their peak
and we occasionally beat them, it was a
massive thing. Usually it was a dead rubber
and they would always rub that in if we won
with the series already decided, but we
would always argue that we beat the best
team in the world," he said.
"Now we are the best team in the world and
we don't get to get beaten. We said that we
don't want to lose any Tests this year. We
want to be highly competitive and a very
difficult team to beat. Every individual takes
Test cricket very seriously and we want to
give account ourselves because this is the
last time we will play Test cricket until
October or November." Words that will give
Pakistan reason to snap out of any
relaxation pretty quickly.
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Pakistan gives Afridi 'last chance' in ODIs

Former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi has been recalled into the national ODI side for the series in South Africa. Afridi was dropped from the ODI format for the tour ofIndia after a string of below par performances, but has been drafted back into the squad for his ability with the ball.Pakistan's chief selector Iqbal Qasim said that this will be Afridi's last chance and demanded results from the dashing all-rounder."The South Africa tour is his last (chance) and he has to perform. It's five ODIs and you need variety in your bowling. Based on his quality of right-arm legspin bowling, we have selected him," said Qasim.Afridi recently led Pakistan 'A' in a one-day series against Afghanistan and seems to have done enough tomake the selectors recall him into the national side."I am not saying you have to play him (Afridi) in the 11, my mind says we have to have some variety (in bowling). They (South Africans) are playing good against fast bowlers and we have seen if you have variety of spinners, it will giveyou benefit." said Qasim, explaining Afridi's selection.The selectors have also included former captain Shoaib Malik, wicketkeeper Kamran Akmal and his brother Umar in both the ODI and T20 squads. Sohail Tanvir made way for Wahab Riaz in the only change from the India series in the T20 squad.Misbah-ul Haq will lead the team inthe one-day matches in Bloemfontein (March 10), Centurion (March 15), Johannesburg (March 17), Durban (March 21) and Benoni (March 24).Opener Mohammad Hafeez will lead the team in the two Twenty20 matches to be played in Durban onMarch 1 and in Centurion on March 3."Pakistan's recent one-day showings are good as they have beaten India in India," said Qasim of Pakistan's 2-1 victory in India in January. "I hope they improve theirperformance from the Tests."Squads:T20:Mohammad Hafeez (captain), Nasir Jamshed, Shoaib Malik, Kamran Akmal, Shahid Afridi, Saeed Ajmal, Mohammad Irfan, Wahab Riaz, Umar Akmal, Umar Gul, Ahmed Shahzad, Umar Amin, Zulfiqar Babar, Asad Ali, Junaid KhanODI:Misbah-ul Haq (captain), Mohammad Hafeez, Imran Farhat, Nasir Jamshed, Kamran Akmal, Umar Akmal, Shoaib Malik, Shahid Afridi, Asad Shafiq, Younis Khan, Saeed Ajmal, Umar Gul, Wahab Riaz, Abdul Rehman, Mohammad Irfan, Junaid Khan
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