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* Reminder: The cut-off time for a T20 recreation is nine:30 pm IST


eight:20 pm (IST): Rain has returned in complete force. Covers are back on. And it's getting heavier.



eight:15 pm (IST): As soon as umpires come out for the inspection, the drizzle resumes...

eight:00 pm (IST): UPDATE: Umpires have completed their first inspection of the outfield. Next inspection at eight:15 pm IST.

7:45 pm (IST): The pitch inspection is happening right now.



7:30 pm (IST): Bad News! The drizzle is back and so are the covers.

* There might be a pitch inspection at 7:45 pm IST

7:15 pm (IST): GOOD NEWS! Groundsmen have began rolling up the covers. And the solar is out.

7:10 pm (IST): Rain playing hide and search right now. The drizzle is back.

7:00 pm (IST): No rain for the closing 20 minutes and the groundsmen are working laborious to make the bottom match in a position.

6:40 pm (IST): Good News. The rain has stopped. But the question remains, for a way lengthy?

6:30 pm (IST): No respite because the rain continues. TremendousSoppers are draining out water from the puddles on the covers.

6:05 pm (IST): Unfortunately, the good news lasted just short while. It has began drizzling now...

6:00 pm (IST): Good News. Rain has stopped in Southampton and TremendousSoppers are coming out in the heart to do their magic.

five:35 pm (IST): LUNCH BREAK - Umpires have ordered an early lunch in the World Cup workforce recreation between South Africa and West Indies as gentle rain continues to fall at Hampshire's Rose Bowl.

* UPDATE: The cut-off time for a T20 recreation is nine:30 pm IST

five:30 pm (IST): Update remains the same -- rain isn't heavy but it surely continues continuous. And the wait continues...

five:00 pm (IST): The rain continues in Southampton, but it surely has gotten a bit of brighter.

4:30 pm (IST): Bad News. The rain has got heavier and covers are still on on the Rose Bowl.

Meanwhile, a World Cup legend broadcasts his international retirement...


15:50 IST: The drizzle has got heavier and the covers are on!



Bad News! Players are strolling back to the pavilion because it has began drizzling. South Africa 29/2 after 7.3 overs. (Faf du Plessis 0* alongside De Kock 17*)

6.1 overs: OUT! Second wicket for Sheldon Cottrell and South Africa are in hassle early in the innings. Short pitched delivery from Cottrell finds the glove of Aiden Markram down the leg side. Shai Hope takes an excellent diving catch. Markram walks back after scoring five runs. SA 28/2



End of 6th over:
Another tight over from Kemar Roach comes to an end. Just 3 runs from it. SA 28/1

End of 4th over: FOUR! Boundary to end the over from Kemar Roach. Excellent timing on that occasion from Aiden Markram. Hits it thru extra covers to assemble his first boundary of the match. SA 17/1

2.five overs: OUT!
Sheldon Cottrell gets the early step forward for West Indies. Extra soar and the ball gets the out of doors fringe of Hashim Amla's bat. Chris Gayle to start with slip completes a easy catch. Amla walks back after scoring 6 runs. SA 11/1





2.3 overs: FOUR! Poor delivery out of doors off stump from Sheldon Cottrell and Hashim Amla times the ball fantastically thru covers to assemble his first boundary. SA 11/0

End of 2d over: Cracking start from Kemar Roach. Just one run from his first over. Sheldon Cottrell will continue from the other end. SA 4/0

1.1 overs: Cracking delivery first up from Kemar Roach. Squares up Quinton de Kock. Roach appeals, umpire provides it OUT! and de Kock is going for the evaluate straightaway. Replay clearly shows that the ball hit the elbow of de Kock. Umpire reverses his choice because the left-hander survives. SA 3/0

0.five overs: Sheldon Cottrell strays on the leg side and Quinton de Kock tucks the ball in opposition to square leg for a at ease single. South Africa are off the mark! SA 1/0

Hashim Amla and Quinton de Kock are out in the heart for South Africa. Sheldon Cottrell will start the complaints for West Indies. Here we go!



Both teams are out in the heart in conjunction with the match officers for the national anthems. We are just minutes away from the start!

Playing XI for each teams

West Indies: Chris Gayle, Shai Hope(w), Darren Bravo, Nicholas Pooran, Shimron Hetmyer, Jason Holder(c), Carlos Brathwaite, Ashley Nurse, Kemar Roach, Sheldon Cottrell, Oshane Thomas

South Africa: Hashim Amla, Quinton de Kock(w), Faf du Plessis(c), Aiden Markram, Rassie van der Dussen, David Miller, Andile Phehlukwayo, Chris Morris, Kagiso Rabada, Imran Tahir, Beuran Hendricks


Skippers on the toss:

Jason Holder: We'll bowl first. Overcast stipulations throughout and rain is predicted, so this is the best choice. No level on living on past effects and South Africa are in a difficult state of affairs as smartly. Hopefully we will do better. Two forced adjustments - Andre Russell isn't fit, so Darren Bravo is in. So is Kemar Roach. Evin Lewis sits out.

Faf du Plessis: We would have bowled first as smartly with the character of the elements around. There is forecast for more of the same and it may well be an overcast recreation all the way through. We performed two of the strongest facets early on, India and England. Obviously the loss to Bangladesh was difficult. If you'll flip the tide, you'll rule it. The guys are looking not to be unfavourable because that can set them additional down. It's a protracted tournament. We've two adjustments - Aiden Markram is back and Beuran Hendricks is in as smartly. Previous match we performed right here had a bit of of it for the bowlers. The locals have said that it's a flat wicket but it surely hasn't been that means. Hopefully, it should be better as of late.


Team news: Big blow to the Windies as Andre Russell sits out. Darren Bravo is available in his place. Evin Lewis additionally misses out and Kemar Roach replaces him. Two adjustments for South Africa in addition to Aiden Markram and Beuran Hendricks make into the playing XI. JP Duminy and Tabraiz Shamsi sit out.




TOSS NEWS: West Indies skipper Jason Holder wins the toss, opts to box towards South Africa.


Hello and welcome to the reside updates of the ICC World Cup 2019 Match 15 between South Africa and West Indies on the Rose Bowl in Southampton.

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