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Dale Steyn declares himself fit to take on the Aussies

South Africa's bowling sensation and one of the greatest fast bowler's of this era, Dale Steyn, is fit and raring to play International cricket.

Dale Steyn made a successful return to competitive cricket in South African grade cricket for Western Province Cricket Club on Saturday. He finished with figures of 3/2 from five overs, including three maidens, as St Augustine collapsed to 42 all out in reply to WPCC’s 326/8 declared. Steyn, 32 years old, bowled with fiery pace and swung the bowl viciously.

Dale Steyn declared that he is fit and ready for South Africa's upcoming T20I series against Australia.


I will be fine to play against Australia.

Steyn added, "All the talk about the injury can take a sideline - I've been fine for the last three weeks, and that's why I'm playing today. If I was injured, I wouldn't be playing today. So, ready to take on the Aussies and everything should be fine."

Steyn had suffered a shoulder strain during the second Test against England back in December and was also ruled out of the final two Tests of the series. He even missed the ODI and T20 matches that followed. 

Steyn will have three T20Is against Australia to test his fitness.


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