Coach: Graham Ford
Players retained: Anrich Nortje, Miguel Pretorius
Players signed thus far: Rilee Rossouw (R6.9M), Phil Salt (R2M), Wayne Parnell
(R5.6M), Josh Little (R1.5M), Shaun von Berg (R325K), Adil Rashid (R2.4M),
Cameron Delport (R800K), Will Jacks (R1.1M), Theunis de Bruyn (R1M), Marco
Marais (R175K), Jimmy Neesham (R3.6M), Kusal Mendis (R425K), Daryn
Dupavillon (R1.7M), Shane Dadswell (R175K), Eathan Bosch (R175K)
Home Ground: Centurion
Team Owner: JSW Sports, co-owners of Delhi Capitals.
The Pretoria Capitals will attempt to enthrall Centurion with thrilling cricket with their heavy hitters and fast bowling assaults.
Jimmy Neesham, a New Zealand all-rounder who can bat and bowl, will fascinate the crowd with his long-distance hitting and precise medium-pace bowling.
The Kiwi has a cult following on social media, which will undoubtedly help him win the support of the Centurion crowd for himself and his side. In the dramatic 2019 ICC World Cup final at Lord’s, he made a crucial contribution. Neesham is a talkative player who enjoys rallying the audience to support his squad. In the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup final, Neesham took three wickets and scored 13 runs in the Super Over. Fans can anticipate Neesham to be composed and cool.
Anrich Nortje and Wayne Parnell will try to mix up their bowling strategy and find swing while bowling precisely. Nortje had played for the Delhi Capitals, and his expertise under pressure will be crucial. We anticipate Nortje, who is currently rated 18th in the ICC T20I bowling rankings, to be one of the tournament’s top wicket-takers.
Josh Little, a bowler for the Pretoria Capitals, is the team’s youngest member at 22 years old. He made his T20I debut for Ireland when he was only 16 years old, and he now has a T20 BBI of 5/13. The SA20 is the perfect venue for Little to make a grand entrance and tickets to this amazing cricket competition are currently available.