SA vs AUS: Entry of half a dozen players in South Africa’s test team for the first time, the only test is to be played from Australia.

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SA vs AUS: Entry of half a dozen players in South Africa’s test team for the first time, the only test is to be played from Australia.

New Delhi. For the one-off Test against Australia, 6 players have been included in the Test team for the first time in South Africa’s 14-man squad. This match will be played at the WACA ground in Perth from 15th February. Chloe Tryon has returned to the team after missing the last Test for South Africa.

South Africa last played a Test against England in Taunton in June 2022, which was a draw. The six players who have entered South Africa’s Test team for the first time are Tazmin Britts, Masabata Klaas, Ayanda Lubi, Elise-Marie Marx, Delmy Tucker and Mikey de Ryder.

Laura Volwart is the captain of the team
All the remaining members of the team were part of the playing-11 of South Africa’s last Test. In this, Laura Wolvaardt who is currently the captain of the team in all three formats. Apart from them, Annick Bosch, Nadine de Klerk, Sun Luce, Sinalo Jafta, Nonkululeko Laba and Marijan Capp are included. Cap had scored 150 and 43 not out in the last Test against England in June 2022.

Khaka will not play test match
Cricket South Africa said in a statement, "All the players selected for the one-off Test are already in Australia for the ongoing ODI series. Ayabonga Khaka, who is also in the ODI squad, has decided not to take part in the Test match."

South Africa women’s team for the one-off test against Australia: Laura Wolvaardt (captain), Annick Bosch, Tajmin Brits, Nadine de Klerk, Mieke de Ryder, Ayanda Luby, Sinalo Jafta, Marijan Kapp, Masabata Klaas, Sun Luus, Elise-Marie Marx, Nonkululeko Laba, Chloe Tryon, Delmy Tucker.

Currently, the ODI series is going on between South Africa and Australia women’s team, which is tied at 1-1. The first match was won by Australia and the second by South Africa. Now the third match will be played in North Sydney on Saturday.

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