It’s time for T20 World Cup action as Proteas take on Australia in UAE

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Lungi Ngidi aims to put in a good perfomance against Australia in the T20 World Cup on Saturday.
Lungi Ngidi aims to put in a good perfomance against Australia in the T20 World Cup on Saturday.

The Proteas get their T20 World Cup going in the United Arab Emirates on Saturday and Lungi Ngidi is determined to make a great contribution to the South African campaign.

Ngidi and company face Australia at noon on Saturday, after so-called smaller teams fought this week for qualification to the Super 12s stage.

He enters the tournament after featuring for Chennai Super Kings in the Indian Premier League in the same region of the world, so adjustment should not be a problem.

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