Domingo: Still ‘tinkering’ to be finished with Test team


South Africa manager Russell Domingo admits his group are still acid for a right combinations in Test cricket as they find to deliver a pull in a four-match array in England.

Currently two-one down in a array after a improved during a Oval on Monday, a Proteas go into a fourth Test during Old Trafford on Friday with copiousness of questions per their line-up.

On this debate a visitors have had an opening batsman make his debut, shuffled a middle-order and played an additional allrounder in hunt of a right change to a team.

After a Oval Test, Domingo said: “There’s a lot of tinkering that still needs to take place.

“It competence not have shown in this diversion though we’re removing a improved bargain as to what a best XI will be going forward.”

Domingo also commented on a haphazard performances of seamer Chris Morris, who came into a side for a second Test during Trent Bridge and has been expensive.

Morris conceded 5.75 runs an over in a third Test and relieved a vigour that was built adult by opening bowlers Vernon Philander and Morne Morkel.

Domingo pronounced of Morris: “I don’t consider he’s a front-three seamer; he’s going to be your fourth seamer.

“In this sold diversion he had to play as your third seamer since of Vernon’s inactivity. So his overs are always going to be niceties to have.”


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