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Spin at the SA20: Orthodoxy is beating 'mystery'

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Jos Buttler and Bjorn Fortuin
Jos Buttler and Bjorn Fortuin
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 News24 Sport chief writer

All teams having gone beyond the midway mark in the SA20 round-robin phase, a striking statistical feature has been the success of conventional spinners.

Several pitches at the event – especially away from the highveld -- have been stubbornly sluggish and gripping, giving all exponents of the tweaking trade conditions for real effectiveness.

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