Cape Town – the South African hero of the 1999 World Cup Lance Kouser believes that Proteas should be restored Hashim Amla for the 2019 tournament in England.
Protase will announce his 15-person team for the tournament on Thursday, with a cloud of doubt floating around whether or not Amla will be involved.
The 36-year-old, who has just returned from over a month of competition, while attending his critically ill father, has been fighting for consistency in all formats for more than a year.
He played all five Cape Cobras games in the TS challenge in the past two weeks, but his weak form continued against the Knights on Tuesday when he made only 4.
He leaves him with him 61 escapes from his 5 knocking on the return.
Amla is widely considered to be against Reyes Hendrix for last place at Protaas, and it will be the one that is highlighted when the team was released on Thursday.
Kloser, who was named for the World Cup in 1999, when he came to Protas, agonizing near the final, believes Amla should be on the plane in England.
"It's simple … he has to go," Klidner told Netwerk24.
"He played there and is familiar with the conditions in England."
Another former proteas, Andrew Hall, also believes that Amla should be in the team, while he also believes that the Beuran Hendricks' left hand burger should be included to add some varieties to a bowling attack.
South Africa will play the opening of the tournament against England at The Oval on May 30.