24.com – Cape Town – Durban Heat captain Albie Morkel is wary of the ‘AB’ threat ahead of their second Mzansi Premier League outing against the Tshwane Spartans at Kingsmead in Durban on Wednesday.

Summary

  • Cape Town – Durban Heat captain Albie Morkel is wary of the ‘AB’ threat ahead of their second Mzansi Premier League outing against the Tshwane Spartans at Kingsmead in Durban on Wednesday.
  • The hosts lost their opening match of the exciting new Twenty20 competition to the Cape Town Blitz at the weekend and will be looking to now bounce back with a better showing when they face off with AB de Villiers and co.
  • The Heat have been bolstered by the injection of internationals David Miller, Heinrich Klaasen and Brandon Mavuta for the game, which will mark the introduction of the Proteas for the first time in the competition.
  • “That was a serious cricket game, we saw 400 runs and it was great entertainment for everyone,” Man of the Match from that game Theunis de Bruyn said.
  • “It was a massive game for us and in such a competition where games come so quickly, the win will be a big boost,” said De Bruyn, who struck 66 off 38 in Paarl.


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