SA-50 vs ENG-50 Dream11 Match Preview: The South Africa Over-50 side will be taking on England Over-50 for match number 11 in the Over-50s Cricket World Cup in Cape Town. The England unit are no rookies to this challenge as they've been a part of 14 games, having won nine and lost five. As for South Africa, it was an underwhelming campaign the last time around after losing seven and winning just one of the eight games they were a part of. However, with a bit of restructuring in the team, there is a possibility of them putting in a decent performance in the upcoming fixtures.
Date- Friday, March 13
Time- 1:45 PM (IST)
Venue- Jacques Kallis Oval, Wynberg Boys High School, Cape Town
Dave Callaghan will be leading the 16-man South African side. Alan Dawson, Dave Duncan, Neil Fusedale, Kenny Jackson, Brad Player, Nazeem While and Mlungisi Ngece could be among those who start for the home team.
Coach: Allan Donald
Manager: Roy Meeser
Physio: Marc Naidoo
Mark Alleyne will be captaining the 16-man English unit. Sean Cooper, Giles Ecclestone, Mehboob Eliahi, Mel Hussain, Gary Loveday, Jason Robinson and Simon Myles could be among the starters for their side.
Team manager: Peter Rider
Assistant Manager: Ian Jones
Stephen Foster will one of the pivotal players for England with the ball in hand. Foster has been a part of nine List A games and has scalped 25 wickets in the process with an economy of 3.08 with his medium pace. Foster's inclusion in the Dream11 Match Prediction team could earn the user some valuable points.
South African skipper, Dave Callaghan has featured in 216 List A games in the past and has scored 5304 runs in the process with an average of 32.74 and has 33 fifties and two, hundreds in the process. Callaghan's inclusion in the today match prediction squad could earn the user a decent amount of points.
Mark Alleyne can pack a punch with the bat in hand for England. Alleyne has featured in 436 List A matches and has scored 8308 runs with an average of 27.23 which also includes 33 fifties and five, hundreds. Alleyne has also scalped 415 wickets in the process and can also be considered as a wicket-keeping option.
Alan Dawson could come in handy with his right arm medium pace for South Africa. Dawson has featured in 161 List A games in the past and has scalped 232 wickets in the process with an economy of 4.05.
Considering England's positive run of results in the past, they should be starting in as the favourites.
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