24.com – Cape Town – The Cape Cobras will be aiming to end the stranglehold the Dolphins have held over them this season when they meet in the second One-Day Cup semi-final at Newlands in Cape Town on Wednesday.

Summary

  • Cape Town – The Cape Cobras will be aiming to end the stranglehold the Dolphins have held over them this season when they meet in the second One-Day Cup semi-final at Newlands in Cape Town on Wednesday.
  • One of the weather-hit games was also a semi-final with the no result leading to the Dolphins reaching the final by virtue of ending above the Cobras on the final log standings.
  • Despite their history, home coach Ashwell Prince believes that only good cricket will get his side through as they aim to finally get one over the KwaZulu-Natal side.
  • The Cobras do have one other problem to contend with going into the game – the loss of their captain JP Duminy to the Proteas for the upcoming One-Day International series against India.
  • With Duminy and Zondo missing, both teams will have new leaders – and different ones too – in Rory Kleinveldt and Keshav Maharaj, who is back from national duty for the visitors.


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