In going through the media on cricket I came across the following article that our dear Idiot Speaker Mozart ignore in his constant attacks on De Kock:-
"Among many questions the South African team will be asking ahead of the third T20 International against Australia tomorrow, will be the following: Can anyone else besides Quinton de Kock score some big runs please?
Temba Bavuma, who batted so brilliantly with De Kock against England has been missing with a hamstring strain, and it is understandable that the medical staff have been careful to throw him back into the fray. Faf du Plessis hasn’t fired yet, although he will point out that had someone been able to stay with him at the Wanderers the outcome there would not have been quite so embarrassing.
Australia’s middle order also finds itself under scrutiny after failing to get across the line in PE. Assistant coach Andrew McDonald said the players would reflect on a missed opportunity to close out the series, but with the World Cup later this year in mind it was also a valuable opportunity to learn some lessons.
As they’ve done with Matthew Wade and Alex Carey in the first two matches, McDonald expects Australia to keep moving players around in the middle order to target specific situations.