Joey Rasdien's Five-For

Joey Rasdien's #FiveFor: 27 February 2015

Joey's #FiveFor today included...

1. The great performance by the Proteas against West Indies. 2. The advantages of betting first against West Indies and how a score of more than 400 runs all but certified our victory and anyone can bowl after that, victory is solidified. 3. AB De Villiers' runs and record for a World Cup ODI. 4. The first win by Afghanistan in a Cricket World Cup, against Scotland made headlines and Joey spoke about their captain getting offers outside Afghanistan. 5. Joey looked at the future regarding progression for the Proteas in this World Cup.


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