South Africa skipper Aiden Markram won the toss and elected to bowl first against India in the third one-day international. The hosts have lost two games chasing and that has been a prime reason for Proteas to bowl first and restrict the visitors to a low total. The hosts have made two changes to their side in wicketkeeper Heinrich Klaasen and Lungi Ngidi, both of whom are going to make their ODI debut. India, on the other hand, are playing with the same XI that came out in the first two ODIs. "We are gonna bowl first. We do understand India chase very well. We have got two debutants today. Klaasen and Lungi come in. The guys have been working hard," said Markram after winning the toss. The visitors will have their eyes on an unprecedented 3-0 lead with a win in the third ODI of the six-match series. The visitors won the first two matches of the series in Durban and Centurion by six and nine wickets respectively.