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South Africa will be odds-on favourites when they take on Sri Lanka in the first match for both teams in the ICC Champions Trophy 2017. The AB de Villiers-led side has been in England for a while, where they played a three-match series with the hosts. Sri Lanka-led by Angelo Mathews play their first match this season.
Mathews, who has been out of international cricket since January, underwent a fitness test on Friday afternoon and he will be assessed again before Saturday’s clash at the Oval. Earlier this week, a Sri Lanka Cricket statement said: “Mathews had complained of stiffness and pain, prompting the team management to conduct radiographic investigations, which revealed a strain on the muscle. “He will engage in supervised recovery over the next few days but will most likely sit out the first group stage match.”
Beaten 5-0 by the Proteas earlier in the year, Sri Lanka start the match as underdogs and in need big performances from the likes of pacemen Lasith Malinga and all-rounder Thisara Perera. South Africa have leg-spinner Imran Tahir and David Miller fit for the contest and captain AB de Villiers believes his side is ready to peak after the 2-1 series defeat to England. Highlights of the third ODI between England and South Africa at Lord’s.
“Sri Lanka always play well in these tournaments,” said De Villiers. “We’re well aware of that, and they deserve our respect. They have a lot of match-winners on their team. “So it’s so much more important for us to make sure we don’t think about what happened in the last series and we focus on tomorrow’s game.” Slow left-armer Keshav Maharaj deputised for Tahir during the England series but will be understudy once more against Sri Lanka.
“Imran is fit, and he’s our number one spin bowler,” said De Villiers. “Keshav understands his role when it comes to that. “There might be a time in the tournament where we might use a different strategy, if we play against a certain opposition or on a certain field. But for tomorrow, Imran is the number one pick. “He is fit and ready to go, so you should see his name on the team sheet.” South Africa finished their series against England with a seven-wicket win at Lord’s, having ensured every member of their Champions Trophy squad was involved at some stage in the three matches.
“As difficult as it is for me to say, that was definitely a warm-up for us,” said De Villiers. “I hate to say that – because I hate losing games of cricket. “It was a bit of a catch 22 to get that right message across to the boys, (and) it was maybe a bit confusing at times. “But if you do go into a series thinking that you want to play all 15 players, you’re not really focusing on just winning that series – because your mind is a little bit elsewhere. I think that’s what happened.
“We actually could have won that series, easily – which is a great boost of confidence for us – keeping in mind that we played 15 players, and it was a bit of a warm-up for the Champions Trophy.”