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 AB de Villiers (Gallo)
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Centurion - South Africa's cricketers have "unfinished business" in New Zealand, according to one-day captain AB de Villiers.

Speaking ahead of the team's departure for New Zealand on Saturday, De Villiers said the Proteas were keen to avenge their defeat by the Black Caps in a dramatic 2015 World Cup semi-final which was marked by controversy over South Africa's team selection.

The Proteas brought in Vernon Philander for fellow fast bowler Kyle Abbott in that game, a decision made, it was claimed, to ensure four players of colour in the starting XI.

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