South Africa chooses to open the World Cup game first against England

South Africa won the hurl in the opening match of the 12th Cricket World Cup on Thursday against England at The Oval on what ought to be a bowl-first pitch.

Britain bring remarkable structure from the most recent four years, including a 4-0 compass of Pakistan in a one-day universal (ODI) arrangement this month. The home side is the hot most loved to win its first World Cup title.

South Africa was likewise noteworthy in its latest ODI arrangement, a 5-0 defeat of Sri Lanka at home in March. Yet, the Proteas come in under the radar.

Britain picked its lineup on Wednesday without uncovering it to the general population, leaving in uncertainty whether its quickest bowler, Mark Wood, will play after he harmed his left lower leg on the end of the week.

South Africa is without veteran paceman Dale Steyn, yet individual quick bowlers Kagiso Rabada and Lungi Ngidi have recuperated from their own ongoing wounds and are relied upon to play.

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