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Proteas head coach Ottis Gibson. Picture: Twitter/@OfficialCSA

Ottis gibson

Gibson wary of English weather at World Cup

South Africa play England in the tournament opener at The Oval on May 30 and Gibson, who had two spells as England bowling coach, says he is unsure what conditions his side will face over the next six weeks.

  • South Africa's Theunis de Bruyn is seen in action during day one of the 1st cricket Test matches between South Africa and Pakistan at SuperSport Park cricket stadium on 26 December 2018 in Pretoria. Picture: AFP

    Gibson not worried about 'fantastic' de Bruyn

    It was hoped that after his impressive maiden Test century (101) in Sri Lanka, this would be the series Theunis de Bruyn would kick on and cement his place in the national side.

  • Proteas fast bowler Kagiso Rabada. Picture: @OfficialCSA/Twitter

    Runs key as top South Africa, Pakistan bowlers square up

    The bowling strength of both teams is formidable, despite the lack of what had been anticipated as an intriguing match-up of exceptionally accurate seamers between South Africa's Vernon Philander and Pakistan's rising star Mohammad Abbas.

  • Cape Cobras batsman Zubayr Hamza. Picture: @Cobrascricket/Twitter

    Hamza set to make Test debut in Pakistan series

    Zubayr Hamza was the surprise inclusion in the Proteas 13-man squad for the visiting Pakistanis after impressing the SA ‘A’ side during the winter tour to India this year.

  • Proteas head coach Ottis Gibson. Picture: Sethembiso Zulu/EWN

    South Africa's World Cup plans take shape

    Coach Ottis Gibson said a short limited overs tour of Australia, starting later this month, would be a crucial part of the build-up to next year's World Cup in England.

  • FILE: Proteas coach Ottis Gibson. Picture Sethembiso Zulu/EWN

    Gibson, Faf have Proteas WC win mapped out

    Fans should expect a lot of line-up shuffling in the upcoming series against Zimbabwe and Australia as coach Ottis Gibson and selectors discover their ideal World Cup squad.

  • FILE: Proteas coach Ottis Gibson. Picture Sethembiso Zulu/EWN

    Gibson: De Kock doesn’t deserve ICC sanction

    Proteas coach Ottis Gibson says that his young wicketkeeper batsman Quinton de Kock doesn’t deserved to be fined by the International Cricket Council following his altercation with Australia’s David Warner.

  • FILE: Proteas fast bowler Kagiso Rabada. Picture: @OfficialCSA/Twitter

    Rabada not taking Bangladesh lightly

    Proteas fast bowler Kagiso Rabada says there are players who are good enough to step up into the shoes of injured bowling duo Dale Steyn and Vernon Philander.