du Plessis predicts an India-England CWC 2019 final

Hot favorite South Africa departed from CWC 2019 early in the group stage. Proteas skipper du Plessis scored a brilliant hundred in their last match of the tournament against Australia which South Africa won by 10 runs.

Proteas' flops can expect a lot of harsh words from skipper Faf

After winning their last encounter in the World Cup against Australia, skipper Faf du Plessis has predicted that potential finalists of this edition’s tournament.

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According to du Plessis hosts England and India can be the two to meet in the final of the ongoing World Cup.

India will meet New Zealand in the first semifinal on July 9 whereas England will take on Australia in the second one two days later.

“I think India would be very happy that we won today… I’d probably say England-India final… I think India and Australia play the big games very well. So I’d probably back one of them in the biggest stage of all,”

du Plessis said.

South Africa’s disappointing World Cup journey came to end with three wins out of total eight matches they played on the back of five losses with a single match ending with sharing points.

“We have played inconsistent cricket. We guys need to lift the team and win the games on their own. We weren’t at our best,” said the Proteas skipper.

South Africa became seventh in the points table.

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