Quinton de Kock possesses an “incredible cricket brain”, feels senior batsman David Miller, who is ready to perform “any role” that the new South African white-ball skipper wants him to. Left-handed Miller along with De Kock and Kagiso Rabada form the core of a new-look South African limited overs set-up which is going through a transition phase with first stop being tour of India. “He’s (Quinton) been around for many years, and he’s got an incredible cricket brain. Like I said, it’s exciting times – new skipper, new players and a lot of young, fresh faces,” said the 30-year-old miller, who has played 126 ODIs and 70 T20 Internationals for his country. INDIA VS SOUTH AFRICA 2019 | SCHEDULE | LATEST NEWS Miller is happy with the way de Kock is progressing as a leader and wants to lend all the support that he needs at the start of his new journey. “It’s been really good so far and we’ll see as it progresses how we go along. It’s really nice to be alongside him and supporting him in whatever role he wants me to do. Yeah, it’s been great so far and hopefully it continues,” Miller told reporters on the eve of the… Read full this story
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