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De Villiers ponders T20 World Cup return
AB de Villiers, widely regarded as one of the best limited-overs batsmen in the world, retired from all forms of international cricket in 2018, citing a desire to spend more time with his family.
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No changes to Proteas team despite defeat
The starting team from the Cape Town test, which England won in a thrilling finish, plus bowler Dane Paterson, will travel to Port Elizabeth for the third test, which starts on Thursday.
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Du Plessis disagrees with officials on four-day Tests
'I understand that a lot of money is being burnt on five-day cricket because so many Test matches are not going five days. People will sit 50-50 on it. My personal opinion is that I am still a purist of the game because I have been part of some great draws that went five days.'
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