Prediction of cricbuzz today: South Africa’s De Bruyn will miss the third Test against Australia due to the birth of her first child.

The 30-year-old entered the Boxing Day Test in place of Lassie van der Dussen. Third batsman De He Bruin had scores of 12 and he 28 in South Africa’s innings and a loss of 182 runs.

South African hitter Teunis De Bruyne will miss next week’s third and final test against Australia as she returns home to give birth to her first child.

The 30-year-old competed in boxing his day in place of Lassie van der Düssen. Third batsman De He Bruyne scored 12 and his 28 in South Africa’s innings and 182-run defeat at Melbourne.

He also made headlines when fast Aussie Mitchell Stark warned him to retire on a non-forward end during the second inning.

“Batter Teunis De Bruin will miss his third #AUSvSA test in Sydney as he returns home for the birth of his first child. We wish him the best of luck in this exciting part of his life,” Cricket South Africa (CSA) tweeted on Saturday.

De Bruyn’s absence means van der Dussen could find a way back into the playing eleven or give strong reserve wicketkeeper Heinrich Klaasen, who has only played one Test, a chance.

South African thugs have fought in this series. The visitor has so far been left out in his two tests of 152, 99, 189 and 204 points.

South Africa has a 3-game series he’s tied 2-0. Protea was third in the World Test Championship (WTC) race, but a losing streak dropped it to fourth behind Australia, India and Sri Lanka.

His third test by both sides starts here on January 4th.

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