The Cape Cobras will go all out to secure another win tonight so they cement their spot at the top of the table. The Cobras are currently 10 points clear of their second placed opponents, the Sunfoil Dolphins.
The Cape Cobras head into the match full of confidence having defeated the Titans in a thriller at Sahara Park Newlands on Wednesday making it 6 wins out of 7 matches while the Dolphins have won 3 out of their 5 games.
Narine, and the bullet left-arm of the RAM Slam T20’s leading wicket taker, Beuran Hendricks. Hendricks go into the match with a total of 19 wickets, just 2 wickets short of Chris Morris’s record of 21 wickets.
With the likes of batsmen such as Hashim Amla, the leading run scorer of the league with 291, Stiaan van Zyl and skipper Justin Ontong, who has showed consistency as of late, the Cobras are growing in confidence as a team. The RAM Slam T20 competition reaches its final round robin stages as the race to secure a home final is on.
Justin Kemp makes his way into the squad in place of JP Duminy, while Uwe Birkenstock and Keagan Peterson have been included in the Cobras squad.
The squad is as follows:
Justin Onton (capt), Aviwe Mgijima, Beuran Hendricks, Dane Vilas, Hashim Amla, Justin Kemp, Keagan Peterson, Richard Levi, Robin Peterson, Rory Kleinveldt, Stiaan Van Zyl, Sunil Narine, Uwe Birkenstock and Vernon Philander.
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