Time is starting to run just a little short for Kagiso Rabada, the practically undoubted jewel in South Africa’s bowling crown, to rediscover his famed, most lethal form for the glamour four-Test home summer series against England.

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South Africa vs England: Should we worry about Kagiso Rabada?
South Africa vs England: Should we worry about Kagiso Rabada?

Perhaps no help cooperatively that the current crop of Proteas players, struggling to an unusual degree in two of the international formats.

The shortest of the brands, incongruously, is the one where South Africa looks less vulnerable right now than the others.

They have won four and shared one of their last five two-sided series in T20, which is a far well situation than their Test, ODI predicament.

The transitional era where they probably have a minor group of true superstars in their general midst than in any other post-isolation period.

South Africa vs England: Should we worry about Kagiso Rabada?
South Africa vs England: Should we worry about Kagiso Rabada?

Kagiso Rabada is highly marketable status and normally very influential role has tapered off in line with so many other national players in recent months.

T20 is lopsidedly geared toward batting exploits: the very best of bowlers, even when seemingly at the top of their games, can find it an unforgiving environment … especially when luck turns elusive.

Kagiso Rabada has been falling prey at times to that sort of hallmark during the MSL, even as his bowling has seldom glaringly lacked zip or desire.

Kagiso Rabada is also cutting a slightly perplexed, rarely irritated-looking figure as the event simply continues a penchant for several months of the 24-year-old failing to match.

South Africa vs England: Should we worry about Kagiso Rabada?

Rabada currently sports three wickets in the quartet of games at an unflattering average of 44 and a leaky economy rate of nearly nine runs to the over.

That is well down on his career T20 stats of 100 wickets at 20.89, and also the well superior economy of 7.66.

Kagiso is leanness of the last few months as a Proteas match-winner becomes that little more concerning when the shrinking volume of time to the English Test series.

South Africa vs England: Should we worry about Kagiso Rabada?

It is possible, after all, that with Jozi Stars in a hard battle from here to make the top-three cut, their campaign will end by December 10.

Only six more round-robin matches still to play, so a very maximum of 24 competitive overs for someone like Rababa, under that situation, before the pretty formidable English five-day challenges.

The arrangement of the MSL was never ideal for the Proteas players, including him, who will have to make a rather sudden shift from T20 to long-form mode.

South Africa vs England: Should we worry about Kagiso Rabada?
South Africa vs England: Should we worry about Kagiso Rabada?

Rabada if clearly in need of renewed confidence or miles in the legs – might just be considered for duty in a 4-day Franchise Series match between the Lions and Titans at the Wanderers.

South Africa would want Rabada in camp over that period to specifically prepare as a group for the first Test.

A well hope is that his statistical luck turns in what is left of the MSL, giving him a better chance of feeling more like the incisive “KG”.

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