Next India vs South Africa 1st T20I Dream 11 Prediction, Captain and Vice CaptainIndia vs South Africa 1st T20I Dream 11 Prediction: As India take on South Africa in the series opener of the 3-match T20I series, they would look derive confidence from a 3-0 win against West Indies.advertisement India Today Web Desk DharamshalaSeptember 15, 2019UPDATED: September 15, 2019 17:28 IST India vs South Africa 1st T20I Dream 11 Prediction ( Courtesy by BCCI)Virat Kohli will be venturing into the unknown with a clean slate, where a few seasoned hands will be backing a group of immensely talented youngsters, in his quest for World T20 title which begins with a three-match bilateral series against South Africa here on Sunday.The real battle begins now with this series against Quinton de Kocks and Kagiso Rabadas, who are also in the midst of a tough transition phase.A good spell from Rabada or a cameo from David Miller could pose challenge for the Indians, while some of the others like Test specialist Temba Bavuma or Anrich Nortje will like to prove their credentials in absence of Faf du Plessis or Hashim Amla.It is yet to be known and Rishabh Pant’s indiscretions doesn’t make it easier for Kohli and Shastri.Manish Pandey has been in and around for years now and despite the kind of quality he possesses, the Karnataka batsman has not inspired highest confidence in the chances he got.For India, will it be Manish Pandey at No 4 or Delhi Capitals captain Shreyas Iyer, who was in fine form during the Windies one dayers?Rajasthan leg-spinner Rahul Chahar is a young talent and is being billed as one for the future.And with all-rounder Krunal Pandya also shaping up well and Ravindra Jadeja’s experience set to come in handy, where does it leave the much in demand wrist spin duo, who had replaced Ravichandran Ashwin and Jadeja (for the better part) post 2017 Champions Trophy.advertisementNot to forget, India have a back up finger spinner in young Washington Sundar, who in his U-19 days was a hard-hitting top-order batsman. So next question is where does it leave Kuldeep and Chahal in T20 scheme of things?Last but not the least is the pace department where Bumrah is the only certainty.Deepak Chahar, who many in Indian cricket term as ‘Poor Man’s Praveen Kumar’ for the movement he generates during first spell, is an inspired investment for shortest version.And then there is Navdeep Saini with raw pace and Khaleel Ahmed bringing in the left-arm variety but known to leak runs.My Dream11 Team1 Rohit Sharma (VC), 2 Quinton de Kock, 3 Virat Kohli (CAPT), 4 Reeza Hendricks, 5 David Miller, 6 Hardik Pandya, 7 Rishabh Pant (WK), 8 Deepak Chahar, 9 Kagiso Rabada, 10 Navdeep Saini, 11 Tabraiz ShamsiIndia (probable): Rohit Sharma, Shikhar Dhawan/ KL Rahul, Virat Kohli (c), 4 Manish Pandey/Shreyas Iyer, Rishabh Pant (wk), Hardik Pandya, Krunal Pandya, Ravindra Jadeja/Rahul Chahar, Washington Sundar, Deepak Chahar, Navdeep SainiSouth Africa (probable): 1. Quinton de Kock (capt & wk), Reeza Hendricks, Temba Bavuma, Rassie van der Dussen, David Miller, Andile Phehlukwayo, Dwaine Pretorius, Bjorn Fortuin/George Linde, Kagiso Rabada, Junior Dala/Anrich Nortje, Tabraiz ShamsiFor sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byAnita Jat Tags :Follow India vs South AfricaFollow Ind vs SAFollow Virat KohliFollow Rohit Sharma
Brock University student Jessica LewisFourth-year Brock University Recreation and Leisure Studies student Jessica Lewis won a gold medal for Bermuda Thursday night at the Toronto 2015 Parapan Am Games.After finishing sixth in the 800m T53 final earlier in the day, the 22-year-old dominated the 100m T53 final Thursday night.Lewis’ Parapan record-breaking time of 17.67 seconds was nearly a full second faster than silver-medal winner Ilana Dupont of Canada. Another Canadian, Jessica Frotten, finished third in the race.“It’s an absolute honour to be able to bring home a medal and for it to be gold,” Lewis said Friday. “Para sport isn’t that big in Bermuda yet, so I’m hoping it will get things going and more people will become aware of para sport.”It was an historic night for Bermuda as Lewis’ gold was the first medal ever won by the country in a major para games. She went on to finish fifth in the 400m T53 final Friday night.Though originally from Bermuda, Lewis trains five days a week at Brock and spends her weekends in Mississauga.After the Parapan Am games wrap up, Lewis is heading home to Bermuda Monday for a brief break before returning Sept. 4 to prepare for her fourth year at Brock.Click here to watch video of Lewis taking gold in the 100m final.Click here to read an interview with Lewis in Bermuda’s Royal Gazette newspaper.Earlier in the week, Brock University alumnus Joel Dembe (BSM ’07) won a bronze medal in wheelchair tennis doubles. Dembe and partner Philippe Bedard, of Quebec, beat an American duo 6-4, 6-2 to take the medal.Dembe, from Hamilton, has said he is retiring from the sport and won’t try to qualify for the 2016 Olympics in Rio.