Women's World Twenty20: South Africa forced to make two changes
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South Africa have been forced into two late changes to their squad for the ICC Women's World Twenty20.
Saarah Smith, 19, fractured a finger in practice, while fellow off-spinner Raisibe Ntozakhe, 21, was recently suspended from bowling in international cricket for having an illegal action.
Their places go to experienced left-arm seamer Moseline Daniels, 28, and off-spinner Yolani Fourie, 29.
The World T20 begins in the West Indies next Friday, 9 November.
South Africa, who reached the semi-finals in 2014, are in Group A alongside hosts West Indies, England, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh.