Proteas eye T20 series win over India

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South Africa's Farhaan Behardien plays a shot during the second T20I cricket match between South Africa and India at Super Sport Park Stadium in Pretoria on February 21, 2018.

South Africa's Farhaan Behardien plays a shot during the second T20I cricket match between South Africa and India at Super Sport Park Stadium in Pretoria on February 21, 2018.

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South Africa's Farhaan Behardien plays a shot during the second T20I cricket match between South Africa and India at Super Sport Park Stadium in Pretoria on February 21, 2018.

South Africa's Farhaan Behardien plays a shot during the second T20I cricket match between South Africa and India at Super Sport Park Stadium in Pretoria on February 21, 2018.

CAPE TOWN - The final between South Africa and India on Saturday evening will decide who the more successful team was over the last two months.

The Proteas have not been great with the white ball but believe they have what it takes for one more victory over the visitors.

South Africa will be hoping to make it a successful series against the Indians after beating them in the Test series, losing the ODI series, with the T20 series up for grabs.

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The Proteas’ relatively new coaching staff believe the team has what it takes.

South African batsman Farhaan Behardien said Saturday was “a massive opportunity” to turn things around for the home side.

“To win two out of the three series against a very strong Indian unit - that’s a big plus,” he added.