Dale Steyn back in South Africa's ODI squad against Zimbabwe
Steyn, 35, has been plagued by injuries in recent years and has not played in a one-day international since October 2016
Fast bowler Dale Steyn was yesterday named in a 16-man South African squad for three one-day internationals against Zimbabwe, starting on September 30.
Steyn, 35, has been plagued by injuries in recent years and has not played in a one-day international since October 2016. But he recently stated his determination to finish his white-ball career by playing in the 2019 Cricket World Cup in England.
Steyn made a comeback to international cricket after shoulder and foot injuries when he played in two Tests in Sri Lanka in July but he only took two wickets. He has subsequently shown a return to form during a stint with English county Hampshire, taking 20 wickets in five matches.
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