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Faf du Plessis ruled out of PSL 6

Abu Dhabi: Quetta Gladiators batsman Faf du Plessis will not take further part in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) season six, the franchise announced today. The 36-year-old had a nasty collision while fielding during Gladiators’ clash against Peshawar Zalmi last Saturday. The star batter will fly back to South Africa tonight.
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Faf du Plessis picks his two favourite teams for the T20 World Cup 2021

The T20 World Cup 2021 is scheduled to be played later this year in September-October either in India or United Arab Emirates (UAE). Teams are gearing up for the grand event by competing in T20 series against each other to find their perfect squad. Amid preparations for the marquee tournament,...

Faf du Plessis reveals the difference between IPL and PSL

The Indian Premier League (IPL) is highly observed as the world’s biggest and top-quality cricket tournament as it brings the best players under one roof. One could understand the range of IPL’s popularity with the fact that various cricket boards don’t stage any international series during IPL matches. There are...

Faf du Plessis: Ex-South Africa captain retires from Test cricket

Former South Africa captain Faf du Plessis has retired from Test cricket and will focus on the Twenty20 format. The 36-year-old batsman scored 4,163 runs at an average of 40.02 in 69 Tests since making his debut in 2012. "The next two years are ICC T20 World Cup years," he...
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Faf du Plessis falls on 199 but South Africa in control against Sri Lanka

First Test day three: Sri Lanka 396 & 65-2; South Africa 621. Former captain out for career-best 199 at Centurion. Faf du Plessis fell agonisingly short of a double hundred but a career-best 199 put South Africa in command after day three of the first Test against injury-plagued Sri Lanka.

South Africa v Sri Lanka: Faf du Plessis makes 199 as hosts dominate

First Test, Centurion (day three) Sri Lanka 396 (Chandimal 85, Sipamla 4-76) & 65-2 (Ngidi 2-28) South Africa 621 (Du Plessis 199, Elgar 95, Maharaj 73; Hasaranga 4-171) Faf du Plessis fell one run short of a maiden Test double century as South Africa dominated an injury-ravaged Sri Lanka on day three of the first Test.