Cape Town – The fast pitcher Dale Stein will be placed in a box that will be selected by the South African team for the first test against Bangladesh, which begins later this month.
Stein is expected to return from an injury and play for Titans in the first round of first-class match in South Africa starting on September 19.
The 34-year-old, who won five times to become the team’s top scorer in the tests, was on the fringes of his shoulder injury at the Test against Australia last November.
Pacman announced last month that he would return to playing his home cricket at Titans after spending eight years with Cape Cobras.
All Protea Test players will be available with their four-day franchise as it will be their only pre-match game against the first Tigers Test, which starts on September 28 in Potchefstroom.
The Titans could use an incredible bowling game when they took dolphins on the Centurion with Stein and probably joined fellow Proteas, Morne Morkel and Chris Morris.
Heino Kuhn’s open gynecologist will want to achieve great performance because he is under pressure to keep his testing site with domestic teammate Aiden Markram, who will be the invective KSI’s captain against tourists next week, waiting for wings.
The new coach, Proteas Otis Gibson, arrives in the country on Monday before the four-day games and will no doubt follow closely the performance with the test team to be announced at the end of these games.