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    South African pace bowler Lungi Ngidi hopefull of batting weakness in NZ World Cup cricket match

    South African pace bowler Lungi Ngidi believes he can uncover a New Zealand batting weakness in their World Cup cricket match tomorrow night in Birmingham


    Ngidi passed a fitness test overnight on his hamstring injury which forced him to miss the Proteas' last three games.

    He hopes to scrutinise one area of the Black Caps' line-up.

    He says the Black Caps' middle and lower order are yet to be tested much at this tournament, so that's an area to target.

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