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07 Jan 2015
South Africa announced Final 15 man squad for worldcup 2015
South Africa final 15 players for worldcup 2015

South Africa selectors announced final 15 man squad for upcoming 2015 ICC Worldcup to be played to Australia and New Zealand in February.

Quinton de Kock succedded to find place in 15 man squad even if he is suffuring from his ankle ligament tear. He is expected to recover quickly. JP Duminy, who has been nursing a knee injury also find place in South Africa squad. Hashim Amla, Rilee Rossouw and Farhaan Behardien were included to open for South Africa.

There was no space for left-arm seamer Lonwabo Tsotsobe, Robin Peterson and Ryan McLaren.

"It has been a process over the last 18 months, but we are happy with the squad we have," convener of selectors Andrew Hudson said, in an elaborate function in Cape Town to unveil the squad.

South Africa is in Group B along with Ireland, Pakistan, India, West Indies, Zimbabwe and UAE. Team South Africa will start its World Cup campaign against Zimbabwe in their opening game at the Seddon Park, Hamilton on February 15.

The complete list of South Africa 15 players for the worldcup 2015 are as follows:

AB De Villiers
AB de Villiers
Hashim Amla profile South Africa
Hashim Amla
Faf du Plessis
Faf du Plessis
Q de Kock
Q de Kock
JP Duminy
JP Duminy
Imran Tahir profile South Africa
Imran Tahir
David Miller
David Miller
Wayne Parnell profile South Africa
Wayne Parnell
Morne Morkel
Morne Morkel
Farhaan Behardien profile South Africa
F Behardien
Dale Steyn
Dale Steyn
Aaron Phangiso profile South Africa
Aaron Phangiso
Vernon Philander South Africa
V Philander
Kyle Abbott
Kyle Abbott
Rilee Rossouw South Africa
Rilee Rossouw
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