South Africa vs West Indies 3rd ODI: Cricket live streaming info and score

January 21, 2015, By Priyanka Agarwal

West Indies was struggling at 45/4 runs after they won the toss and elected to bat firsit in the 3rd ODI against South Africa being played on Jan 21, 2015.

After a glittering win in the second game, which witnessed some stupendous fireworks from the home team, South Africa is all in the sight of clinching the series as early as they could.

There cannot be any team, at the moment, which is more concern-free than the Proteas. Their willow-work has earned them their highest ever score in the 50-over format in Johannesburg, and has put Hashim Amla, Ab de Villiers and Rilee Rossouw to the summit of confidence.

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The  bowling department has kept the opponents at a distance, nowhere near the target set. It needs to be stressed that it was at the same venue in which Australia failed to defend the then highest innings score of 434.

South Africa can be expected to deploy the same team when coming to the third ODI. Among them, skipper AB de Villiers certainly is the pick, for his record smashing innings reflect how adaptable he can be between the different formats or conditions within the game of cricket.

Hashim Amla has just been extending his sublime run to each and every game he steps in. It just can’t be anymore perfect when we say that South Africa can certainly avenge their T20 defeat in this ODI series. Follow the SA vs WI live sores here.

On the other hand, things within the West Indian squad have been quite shady for a long duration. But hope stayed alive when they hunted down the home team in the T20 match to register a new record for the highest second innings score. But it seems like they have gone back to their former-self upon entering the longer format. Watch the live streaming online here.

Their batting still holds what it needs to take the charge to the opponent camp. Although trailing the opponent score in the previous two matches, one could reason the same with the match conditions that hover around.

The opening game had the target and overs available reduced after the rain played its part. The second game completely took away the team morale after Proteas unleashed their wrath upon the Windies bowlers. All these explain their present scenario that West Indies could rise up to a resilient level, but only if they put their mind and brains wholly.

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