Start­ing on Fri­day

Sunday Tribune - - SPORT - LUN­GANI ZAMA

TSH­WANE SPAR­TANS THE Spar­tans have all the tools to be very suc­cess­ful in this foray into the un­known. Packed with Ti­tans, who have bossed do­mes­tic T20 cricket, they will turn Cen­tu­rion into a fortress over the next month and a bit.

The head­line act with the blade is AB de Villiers, who makes a re­turn to the do­mes­tic scene. He can em­bar­rass any bowler in the world, and the Spar­tans will look to him to blow teams away. De Villiers has Eoin Morgan as a part­ner in crime, and they will surely de­stroy un­lucky at­tacks. NEL­SON MAN­DELA

BAY GI­ANTS

THEY have called on their fans to be ‘gi­gan­tic’, and un­leash their in­ner ‘Orange’ side. But don’t think that the Gi­ants are tak­ing mat­ters lightly, be­cause they have some of the most com­pet­i­tive crick­eters in the world to call upon. The strik­ing of Ja­son Roy at the top of the or­der needs to be re­spected, be­cause the English­man is a men­ace when in the mood. With ball in hand, Im­ran Tahir is the best white-ball bowler in the world. Count on him to pro­vide the best cel­e­bra­tions for those wick­ets, too.

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