Proteas coach Mark Boucher admitted that he is still tinkering with his options for next year's T20 World Cup when South Africa take on England next week.
The first of three T20s is scheduled to get underway at Newlands on Friday, 27 November.
This will be the Proteas' first international match in eight months since the coronavirus pandemic halted the cricketing calendar across the globe.
Back-to-back T20 World Cup's are expected in the next two years with India hosting in October 2021 and the rescheduled Australia World Cup now set to be staged in 2022.
The Proteas will be looking to redeem themselves at next year's T20 World Cup after finishing in seventh-place at last year's 50-Over tournament in England.
Boucher admitted that prior to the lockdown, he had a 15-man squad in mind but since the coronavirus hiatus, he reckons there's a few spots up for grabs.
"We haven't played cricket in some time. With regards to form and ageing of players, I actually haven't gotten the 15 at the moment," Boucher told reporters on Thursday.
"Let's start with playing and I'll work out certain positions that are solidified and maybe some that are open. Since there's been no white-ball cricket being played in our country, I'd like to give everyone an open shot at trying to put their hands up."
Boucher admitted that there is some clarity in certain positions but that there's a lot of room for new talent to make their mark.
"Generally when you're picking a World Cup squad, 80% sort of selects itself, it's that 20% where there's going to be tough decisions made," said Boucher.
"We'll select players for different conditions, we've got the opportunity now to look at different individuals.
"Some of the guys played a lot of cricket in the IPL and we've got to manage their workload. It's quite an exciting time and it's an opportunity to try some new faces with the process knowing that we need to win."
England men's tour to South Africa:
Sunday, 29 November at 14:30
Tuesday, 01 December at 18:003
1st ODI: South Africa v England, Newlands, Cape Town
Wednesday, 09 December at 13:00