11. Tabraiz Shamsi

Tabraiz Shamsi has been the biggest trump card for the side. He has come at a crucial middle stage of the innings and has not given enough runs to the batters.

10. Anrich Nortje

Anrich Nortje has been a huge headache for the batters with his fierce bowling. 

9. Kagiso Rabada

The pair of Rabada and Norjte have, as usual, been brilliant. They are hunting in pairs and have not dropped a gear in the power play and death overs.

8.Keshav Maharaj

Bowlers have been brilliant for South Africa. Maharaj has also complimented him well and has kept things tight.

7. Dwaine Pretorius

Dwaine Pretorius has looked brilliant with the ball so far. He has stuck to his lines and lengths and not given the batters any freebies whatsoever. He took three wickets in the crucial closing stages against Sri Lanka and gave only 17 runs in his quota of overs.

6. David Miller

He was only happy to take ones and twos and allowed Markram and Miller to go big at the other end. Bavuma played his role perfectly.

5.  Temba Bavuma

Skipper Bavuma played a smart knock against Sri Lanka. The right-hand batter scored a crucial 46 and kept his team in the hunt till the very end.

4. Aiden Markram

Markram also scored the fastest 50 in competition in this year’s T20 World Cup so far.

3. Rassie van der Dussen

Rassie van der Dussen missed, and Markram missed out against Sri Lanka. The duo got to a start but failed to convert it into something substantial.

2. Quinton de Kock

Wicketkeeper batter De Kock and Hendricks both missed out on scoring runs against Sri Lanka. The former was dismissed for 12, while the latter was out for 11. A formidable start upfront with relatively put some less pressure on the middle-order batters.

1. Reeza Hendricks

If De Kock gets going, then Hendricks can drop anchor as he did against West Indies. The batters will look to score briskly in the power play.