Proteas fast bowler Morkel says they are prepared for Kiwi newcomers

   Mar 22, 1:35 pm

Wellington, Mar 22(ANI): South African fast bowler Morne Morkel has said the team is confident to continue its success in their current New Zealand tour, and are fully prepared for newcomers Dean Brownlie and Daniel Flynn in the Kiwi squad for the final Test match.

"We've definitely got our plans set for the guys coming in. I think our preparation for the New Zealand batting has been brilliant," The Sydney Morning Herald quoted Morkel, as saying.I think one thing that we've done really well this series is executing our plans," he said.

Morkel is also willing to do his bit for the team working into the breeze, and says the experience of basing themselves in Wellington early on in their tour ensured they are well versed with the conditions in Wellington.

"We had a bit of a taste of the wind and conditions. We're looking forward to that experience and challenge. We just have to deal with it on the day and make it work as best as possible," he added. (ANI)

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