South Africa head coach Mark Boucher believes Australia’s pitches will suit their pace bowlers but they need to be aggressive to get results in the T20 World Cup starting this month. Former wicket-keeper batsman Boucher also conceded that it would be important to keep players physically and mentally fresh after consecutive tours. Boucher said in a post-match press conference, “The conditions in Australia will be more favorable to our fast bowlers. We have got some good pace and bounce bowlers so we need to keep the aggression there.
“I think there was not enough aggression in the last one-day match (against India) we played,” Boucher said after losing the three-match ODI series 1-2 here on Tuesday. on tour since. After touring Britain for the T20Is against Ireland and the full series against England, the team came to India to play six limited overs matches.
Boucher said, “It is important to keep the players fresh in T20. We have come straight to India from a long tour of England, some players are also playing in Caribbean leagues. Despite fielding a team, South Africa lost both the T20 and ODI series against India by an equal margin of 1-2. During the seven-wicket loss in the third ODI, the visiting team was bundled out for just 99 runs.