Durban – Fresh off their second win of the Betway SA20, Durban’s Super Giants head to the Cape Winelands to face the Paarl Royals in their return fixture on Tuesday afternoon hoping to continue their winning ways.

The Super Giants picked up their second consecutive win of the competition on Sunday and will face the same Royals side that they beat at Kingsmead Stadium hoping to replicate that result away from home.

Sunday saw the Super Giants score the highest total of the competition when they made 216/4 in their 20 overs before restricting the Royals to 189/8.

Following his match defining innings on Sunday, Super Giants batsman Heinrich Klaasen suggests that the team will go into the match with an open mind and will make any changes that might be necessary.

“I think that with the way the squad is balanced and with all our all-rounders it’s difficult to pick the right side every time, but we are giving ourselves options,” Klaasen said.

“Selection for Tuesday will purely be based on horses for courses and what the conditions at Boland Park look like and what we feel will be harder to play from a bowling perspective.

“We probably bat to about nine so we not worried about playing an extra batter, it’s just about getting the bowling combinations that Quinny (De Kock) can chose from in those conditions.”

Super Giants spinner Prenelan Subrayen has been one of the Durban franchise’s best bowlers so far in the competition and going into game four he feels the team needs to continue with their current plans.

“I think that going into the match we want to follow the same processes that we have been following and take things ball by ball,” Subrayen said.

“The boys are looking forward to another exciting challenge and it looks like it’s going to be another great day, so we are eager to take on the Royals again.”

Along with Subrayen, Reece Topley has been one of the best performing bowlers of the competition and despite only playing two matches so far sits on five wickets for the tournament.

From a batting perspective the Super Giants captain Quinton de Kock sits at the top of the run scorers’ charts after three matches. The left-hander has amassed 146 runs in three matches with two half centuries at an average of 48.

Interestingly for the Durban side Kyle Mayers sits in third on the run scorers’ charts and Klaasen is in fourth after three matches.

Following the completion of the Sunrisers Eastern Cape and MI Cape Town match in Gqeberha on Monday the Super Giants sit a point behind the log leading MI Cape Town with a match in hand.

Durban’s Super Giants Squad:

Quinton de Kock (captain), Kyle Mayers, Wiaan Mulder, Heinrich Klaasen, Jason Holder, Dwaine Pretorius, Keshav Maharaj, Hardus Viljoen, Keemo Paul, Prenelan Subrayen, Matthew Breetzke, Reece Topley, Simon Harmer, Akila Dananjaya, Junior Dala, Christiaan Jonker, Dilshan Madushanka.