11. Tabraiz Shamsi

The spin twins Maharaj and Shamsi have perfectly complimented pacers Rabada and Nortje. The latter was phenomenal with the ball against West Indies and picked up one wicket and gave just 14 runs

10. Anrich Nortje

Anrich Nortje has been a huge headache for the batters with his fierce bowling. He hasn’t given away easy runs in the last 2 matches and has picked up 3 wickets at an impressive economy of 4.37.

9. Kagiso Rabada

The spin twins Maharaj and Shamsi have perfectly complimented pacers Rabada and Nortje.

8.Keshav Maharaj

Bowlers have been brilliant for South Africa. They have managed to keep the mighty batting lineup of Australia and West Indies quiet for a considerable amount of time.

7. Dwaine Pretorius

Dwaine Pretorius has looked good with the ball in two matches so far. Against West Indies, he picked up three wickets and gave away 17 runs in two overs. The wickets included the dangerous duo of Pollard and Gayle.

6. David Miller

Hard-hitting batters David Miller and Henrich Klassen missed out on scoring opportunities against Australia. The duo got starts but were guilty of throwing it away.

5.  Henrich Klassen

Van der dussen also chipped in with a useful contribution of 43 runs. Klassen and Miller were not needed to bat.Klassen and Miller were not needed to bat.

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

The middle order is looking solid with two in-form batters van der Dussen and Aiden Markram in it. The latter has hardly put a foot wrong and so far has scored 41 and unbeaten 51 against Australia and West Indies respectively.

2. Quinton de Kock

Wicketkeeper batter De Kock is set to play the game against Sri Lanka after apologizing to CSA. The 28-year-old has been in good form in T20Is this year and would expect the bat to do all the talking.

1. Temba Bavuma

During both games against Australia and West Indies, he got out early. Bavuma would be looking to play the anchor role against Sri Lanka and allow the middle-order batters to go from bang from the onset.