Cricket: West Indies “Dangerous” Says South Africa’s Fortuin

South Africa are taking nothing for granted against West Indies in the three-match One-Day International
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EAST LONDON, South Africa – South Africa are taking nothing for granted against West Indies in the three-match One-Day International starting here Thursday, despite the visitors’ 2-0 hammering in the preceding two-Test series.

The Caribbean side folded inside three days in the first Test at Centurion to lose by 87 runs before plunging to a heavy 284-run defeat inside four days at the Wanderers in Johannesburg.

However, South Africa all-rounder Bjorn Fortuin said West Indies remained “a dangerous side”, regardless of recent results.

“They are a dangerous side on all fronts, whether with the ball or bat. We know they are supreme athletes on the field,” said Fortuin, a 28-year-old left-arm spinner who was called up for the ODI series.

“We are going to need to be at our best in all three aspects of the game to beat them and that’s what we are working towards."

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