David Miller forced his way into both South African limited overs squads for the tour to the West Indies in 2010 following outstanding form for South Africa A against Sri Lanka and Bangladesh. He was subsequently unlucky to miss out on selection for the Proteas Castle Lager squad that went to the 2011 edition of the ICC World Cup.
A powerful hitter and one of the best finishers in franchise limited overs cricket the best of him has yet to come at international level. He has a strike rate of 98 in ODI’s and of 130 in T20 International cricket. During the 2013 tour to Sri Lanka he established himself as the best finisher for the Proteas.
He is also an outstanding outfielder.
Stephen Cook and David Miller shared a 138-run, third-wicket partnership to help the Powerade South Africa A team to a solid 274/4 at stumps of Day One of the first four-day match in the two-match series at Assupol Tuks Oval in Pretoria on Saturday
A devastating new-ball display by Marchant de Lange overshadowed twin century efforts as the VKB Knights breathed new life into their Momentum One-Day Cup campaign with a brilliant, 111-run, bonus-point win over the Multiply Titans at the Diamond Oval in Kimberley on Sunday
Kagiso Rabada and Imran Tahir led a lethal bowling display by the Standard Bank Proteas that laid the foundation for a fine, 3-2 series win over New Zealand with a six-wicket triumph in the fifth One-Day International (ODI) Auckland on Saturday.
Standard Bank Proteas batsman, David Miller, has been withdrawn from the Momentum ODI series against Sri Lanka due to a finger injury involving his right hand. Miller sustained a cut to his finger while fielding during the second ODI at Sahara Stadium Kingsmead on Wednesday.