Image: Johan Botha is a key cog in the South African bowling attack
South Africa's bowlers won't be wanting that at all, and will look to contain the opposition batting, something they haven't been too successful at, barring their match against Afghanistan. India, New Zealand and England all managed to score 150 plus totals against South Africa, even though the Black Caps' was in a losing cause. That begs the question - where are they hiding Rusty Theron?
The death bowling sensation made his name for being economical, and if thats what they need, it certainly doesn't make sense to keep letting Theron have a paid holiday. On a slower wicket, it may be ideal to bring him in, especially since Morne Morkel's no-ball problems could merit him getting some bench time.
South Africa's main strategy is to use pace, and Theron is not short of it, so using him with Dale Steyn should become an option. South Africa may also toy with the idea of using two spinners in Johan Botha and Roelof van der Merwe. The latter has gone wicketless so far, so it may be better to stick to Duminy as the other spin option.