LONDON: The return of injured fast bowler Lungi Ngidi before the ICC World Cup match against New Zealand is a big relief for South Africa. South Africa will be aiming to reach the top of the 2015 World Cup semi-finals with a win over New Zealand.
According to information, Ngidi's return will strengthen South Africa's attack as legendary fast bowler Dale Stein is already out due to injury. Nagdi played only two of the opening matches in this World Cup and then got out due to muscle strain. They didn't even play against Bangladesh. In that match, Bangladesh registered a spectacular victory against South Africa.
At the same time, South Africa has three defeats, one win, and one canceled result, and they are currently eighth in the points table while performing consistently well in the tournament, three wins in four matches and seven points from a match canceled.
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