Durban Heat ready to face Tshwane Spartans



Durban Heat Captain Albie Morkel (pictured) is excited about being able to lead almost the full strength of the Durban Heat Team in the second game of Mzansi Super League against Tshwane Spartans in Kingsmead on Wednesday afternoon.

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Durban – After a nail in the opening game at the Mzansi Super League, Durban Heat will welcome David Miller, Heinrich Klaassen and Brandon Mavut to the team for a fight with Tshwane Spartans in Kingsmead on Wednesday afternoon.

The Heat went to Cape Town, Blitz in his opening competition, however both coach Grant Morgan and Captain Albie Morkel were not disappointed by showing them and knowing he was very positive.

Like the protest stars Miller and Klaasen, who joined the mix and foot rotating Mavut of Zimbabwe, Morgan has made a number of difficult choices when he sets up his most powerful eleven for the clash.

Khaya Zondo and Keshav Maharaj played well on the side in their opening tournament tournament, so Heat's credibility will be more than encouraging by their international stars, backed by a strong team.

"We are excited to get such a kind of international quality into this team and that it can be good for your team," said coach Grant Morgan.

"We have made a certain amount of time to choose and ensure that we develop all possible options to get the best team together.

"Everyone is really excited to get there and play another game," said Morgan positive.

"I'm sure it's the same for all teams, but we have a very real and positive relationship among the teams," Morgan added.

"I really praise the boys for helping each other, and after the meeting on Sundays, fans have been involved. We have a lot of really good crickets, but more important are really good human beings."

The Spartans won one game and lost one game when starting two competitions. Like AB de Villiers in line, they have one of the best in the world and Captain Morkel knows the star better than most.

"I've played a lot of cricket with him, and we have some plans, but he'll have a lot of pressure on his shoulders," Morkel said.

"I'm not saying the rest of the team is not dangerous and they have a few good players, but it's probably a great one."

Durban Warm Luminaires:
November 21 14:00 Durban Heat at Tshwane Spartans Kingsmead, Durban
23 November 19:00 Nelson Mandela Giants in Durban Heat of St. George's, Port Elizabeth
28 November 19:00 Durban Heat at Paarl Rocks Kingsmead, Durban
30 November 19:00 Jozi Stars at Durban Heat Stadium Bidvest Wanderers, Johannesburg
02 December 11:00 Paarl Rocks in Durban The warmth of Eurolux Boland Park, Paarl
05 December 19:00 Durban Heat at Nelson Mandela Giants Kingsmead, Durban
07 December 14:00 Durban Heat at Jozi Stars Kingsmead, Durban
09 Dec 15:30 Cape Town Blitz in Durban Heat PPC Newlands, Cape Town
December 12th 19:00 Tshwane Spartans at Durban Heat SuperSport Park, Centurion

Durban Heat Squad:
Hashim Amla, Rashid Khan, David Miller, Heinrich Klaasen, Kyle Abbott, Keshav Maharaj, Khaya Zondo, Albie Morkel, Marchant de Lange, Vernon Philander, Brandon Mavuta, Temba Bavuma, Morne van Wyk, Okuhle Cele, Sarel Erwee and Tladi Bokako.

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