Windies made an astounding begin to the 2019 version of the World Cup in England and Wales. The Jason Holder-captained group beat Pakistan by seven wickets yet drooped to a 15-run rout versus Australia at the Trent Bridge in Nottingham. Their next match is against South Africa on Monday, June 10 at the Rose Bowl in Southampton. The Proteas, then again, has had a horrible time on the uber occasion.
They are set ninth in the focuses table, having lost all their first three matches. Faf du Plessis’ men have been battling with some damage concerns, and they have to return to winning ways. In the World Cup, the Windies and South Africa played multiple times and the last turned out trumps upwards of numerous times. Be that as it may, in 2003, it was the last time when the Caribbean group showed signs of improvement of the Proteas.