The duo has been included in the Test squad after fast bowler Dale Steyn ruled out of the ongoing three-match Test series against the Virat Kohli-led side due to a heel injury.
Steyn, who has been plagued by injuries over the last three years and was playing his first test in more than a year, hurt his left foot when he landed awkwardly in a foothole on one delivery, South Africa manager and team doctor Mohammed Moosajee said.
Cape Town - Former West Indian great Michael Holding believes Dale Steyn will recover from his heel injury to play Test cricket again. "We'll add him to the squad and then when we get to Pretoria and have a couple of training days we will have a look and make a decision", he added.
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The report also states that Steyn could be even out for 4-6 weeks, and possibly out of series.
Steyn will see an ankle specialist on Sunday, Moosajee said, after which a timeline on his recovery would be clearer.
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The fast bowler has been sidelined since breaking a shoulder and tearing three major muscles while bowling against Australia at the WACA in Perth in November 2016.
"This type of injury was freakish because of the way he landed in the footholes and is in no way related to his bowling loads or not being match ready‚" Moosajee said.
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