11. Tabraiz Shamsi

Shamsi has been relentless in the middle-overs. He has proved to be the trump card for Bavuma. Not only wickets, but the chairman bowler has been effective in also controlling the flow of runs in the crucial middle phase of the innings.

10. Anrich Nortje

Pacer Anrich Nortje has also been effective in the power play and death overs. He has been the team’s most economical bowler conceding runs below six runs per over.

9. Kagiso Rabada

Rabada got back to form against Bangladesh. The pace spearhead picked up three wickets and was too hot to handle.

8.Keshav Maharaj

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

7. Dwaine Pretorius

Pretorius has been street smart with his line and lengths. Often bowling the crucial middle overs he has maintained tight lines and lengths. The right-arm medium-pacer has so far taken 7 wickets in four games.

6. David Miller

On the other hand, Miller and Markram have lent the finishing touches by closing the matches well. The latter has been consistent in scoring runs, while the former finished the match against Sri Lanka.

5.  Temba Bavuma

Temba Bavuma played the anchor role to perfection. The pair was instrumental in South Africa getting over the line against Bangladesh in a run-chase of 85.

4. Aiden Markram

On the other hand, Miller and Markram have lent the finishing touches by closing the matches well.

3. Rassie van der Dussen

The middle-order has bailed the team out of trouble in the three matches so far. The likes of Rassie van der Dussen, Temba Bavuma played the anchor role to perfection.

2. Quinton de Kock

Quinton de Kock has not looked at his fluent best in the ongoing 20-20 World. He was in good form during the T20Is in the lead-up to the showpiece event but has so far failed to get going in the three matches.

1. Reeza Hendricks

Hendricks failed against Bangladesh after impressing against West Indies. The duo’s good start upfront will be pivotal against England.