For South Africa, it’s a walk in the park. They devised a well-thought-out strategy and carried it out flawlessly. The decision to rest Rabada and Nortje provided an opportunity for the periphery bowlers to gain vital match experience, and the bowlers did not disappoint. Afghanistan was never in the game, having been dropped to 42 for 5 midway through the chase. Nabi and Naib then spent some time in the middle, with Bavuma content to let his best bowlers get some much-needed practise in these circumstances. The spin trioka worked well, and with Rabada and Nortje still in the sheds, you get the impression that this assault may be one to watch. That concludes the first game of the day, and the Trans-Tasman rivalry begins with Australia taking against New Zealand. Change tabs and join in on the action. For the time being, congrats and good luck.