New Zealand’s series-levelling 32-run win in the second KFC T20 International at SuperSport Park on Sunday has set up an enticing match-up for the three-match Momentum One-Day International (ODI) series starting at the same venue on Wednesday. Oxigen Proteas captain, AB de Villiers, rued the soft dismissals which played a part in his team’s disappointing loss, and says they were “dominated for 40 overs” in Sunday’s match. Despite being the stand-in captain, De Villiers was satisfied with the progress of the T20 squad ahead of an important season, particularly the performances from some of the upcoming players including Kagiso Rabada, David Wiese and Rilee Rossouw. Rabada showed resolve to come back after an expensive opening spell in both matches, and continues to impress during his run at international level. Dale Steyn, Imran Tahir and Vernon Philander have joined the ODI squad which will hold it’s first training session at the Bidvest Wanderers Stadium on Monday morning. The first match of the Momentum ODI series takes place at SuperSport Park on Wednesday. VIDEO: Hashim Amla’s 119 vs New Zealand at Mount Maunganui in 2014