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Pak vs SA T20Is – Heinrich Klaasen on Covid-19


Wicketkeeper-batsman will lead South Africa in T20Is in Pakistan without many first-choice players in the mix

Heinrich Klaasen will play competitive cricket for the first time after a two-month recovery from Covid-19, when he captains South Africa in the T20I series against Pakistan. Klaasen, who is leading the team in the absence of Quinton de Kock, tested positive for the virus on December 3, during South Africa’s white-ball series against England.

At the time of the positive result, Klaasen was part of a bio-secure team environment and had played in the first two T20Is. He was withdrawn from the third T20I and required to isolate. And so began a long and solitary period of rehabilitation.

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