London — JP Duminy is in line to play for SA for the first time in five months after being included in the squad for the last two one-day internationals against Sri Lanka this week. There was no room for Reeza Hendricks nor Wiaan Mulder‚ but Aiden Markram and Hashim Amla are back in the mix in the selectors’ last chance to tinker before they name the World Cup squad. “We will use the final two matches in the ODI series to continue to examine all the options that are available to us as far as the World Cup squad is concerned‚” a Cricket SA release quoted selection convener Linda Zondi as saying. Veteran left-hander Duminy‚ who could be an important part of SA’s plan for the tournament‚ was out of action from October until March with a shoulder injury that required surgery. He returned for the Cobras in a one-day game against the Titans at Newlands on March 1‚ but gloved the second ball he faced down the leg side and was caught behind. Duminy made up for that lost opportunity by scori...

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