With unchanged team Dolphins will be playing their 5 ODI on Friday against Warriors. So far this tournament has been good for the Dolphins, they have won 3 out of 4 matches. Keshav has already left to join New Zealand Test Team. Muthusamy who replaced Engelbrecht in the last match performed brilliantly and chipped 2 wickets with good economy rate, Jaarsveld and Wyk started good as an openers and built 100 runs partnership with Jaarsveld half century and from last couple of matches we are seeing runs coming from Jaarsveld and Wyk bat as well. Zondo played nice hands and pushed the score towards victory. With Nipper taking maximum 4 wickets followed by Muthusamy and Subrayen 2-2 wickets.
This is Warriors 4th match and out of 3 they have won only 1 and that too by the all -round performance of JJ Smuts, so it was most awaited performance from the talented player. Harmer and Ingram took 2-2 wickets each and none of the players scored 50 or more runs and highest being 33 runs by JJ Smuts.
Dolphins Probable 11: Jaarsveld, Wyk(wk), Chetty, Zondo, Nipper, Makhanya, Frylinck, Muthusamy, CP Savage, Subrayen, Shezi
The only change in the warriors in last match was David White who came in place of Ackermann.
Warriors Probable 11: JJ Smuts, Cloete (wk), Ingram, White/Ackermann, Vallie, Ngoepe, Harmer, Birch, Magala, Gqamane, Walters.
Possible Lineup 1: Wyk (wk), Zondo, Jaarsveld, Ingram, Frylinck, JJ Smuts, Nipper, Harmer, Magala, Walters, Shezi
Possible Lineup 2: Cloete (wk), Zondo, Jaarsveld, Ingram, Frylinck, JJ Smuts, Nipper, Vallie, Magala, Walters, Shezi
CAP: JJ Smuts/Wyk