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25 Jan 2017
9:18 am

LISTEN: Farhaan Behardien still wants answers on Wanderers pitch

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The Proteas T20 skipper, however, expresses hope that the deciding T20 against Sri Lanka at Newlands will boast a good surface.

Farhaan Behardien wants T20 cricket to mirror Tests, where pitches are prepared according to a home team's strengths. Photo: Grant Pitcher/Gallo Images.

Proteas T20 skipper Farhaan Behardien believes that, like Test cricket, T20 pitches should also be tailor-made for a home side.

That’s why he was particularly miffed at the slow Wanderers surface that played right into Sri Lanka’s hands.

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With the T20 series on the line at Newlands on Wednesday, Behardien has expressed hope that South Africa will have a more traditional strip to play on and reveals that they still have to “get to the bottom” of the Wanderers pitch debacle.

Listen here what he had to say.

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