South Africa wicketkeeper Quinton de Kock has been precluded of the rest of the ODI arrangement, and the T20s against India subsequent to affliction left wrist damage amid the second ODI in Centurion. De Kock will expect two to a month to recoup, which could put his cooperation in the Test arrangement against Australia, which starts on March 1, in question.
Heinrich Klaasen, the main another authority wicketkeeper in the squad, is relatively sure to make his ODI make a big appearance in Cape Town. Stomach muscle de Villiers is likewise harmed however is required to return for the fourth ODI at the Wanderers on Saturday, however, it isn't yet known whether he will take the gloves. The selectors have not named a substitution in the squad.
"Quinton endured an extraordinary hit to one side wrist while batting in the second ODI on Sunday and felt serious torment and uneasiness," group director Mohammed Moosajee said. "Encourage examination uncovered extreme hard wounding to the region, with related swelling around the ligament in the wrist. This kind of damage will require between 2 a month to recuperate. The Cricket South Africa medicinal group will plan to have him prepared for the Test arrangement against Australia beginning one month from now."
De Kock's damage leaves South Africa without an opening batsman and their first-decision guardian, however he has persevered through a torrid time amid the India visit. He has not crossed fifty once in eight innings over all configurations.
De Kock is the third South African player to endure damage over the most recent 10 days, after de Villiers and Faf du Plessis, who are right now recouping from finger wounds. Dale Steyn, who was not named in the ODI squad, is as yet recuperating from a foot sole area concern.
India lead the six-coordinate arrangement 2-0 in the wake of directing South Africa by nine wickets in the second ODI at SuperSport Park.