South Africa opener Temba Bavuma is out of the primary T20 match towards Australia resulting from hamstring damage.
Cricket South Africa (CSA) reported on its official web site on Tuesday that Bavuma suffered an damage whereas fielding within the third and ultimate T20 match towards England on Sunday. He will now take seven to 10 days to get well from this damage.
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CSA reported that Bavuma would stay with the staff and would proceed his remedy throughout this era in order that he may return to the staff in Sunday's second T20 match at Port Elizabeth. <! –
The staff administration has not but introduced the title of every other participant in his place.
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South Africa are scheduled to play a three-match T20 sequence with Australia in Johannesburg, Port Elizabeth and Cape Town on 21, 23 and 26 February.