The South African paceman Dale Steyn who has been struggling with injuries off late has declared himself fit for the upcoming Twenty20 series against Australia. Dale Steyn was suffering from a shoulder injury since the first Test against India in last November has said that he will be fit before the first Twenty20 international game against Australia. “I will be fine to play against Australia. All the talk about the injury can take sideline. I have been fine for the last three weeks and that is why I am playing today. If I was injured, I wouldn’t be playing today. So ready to take on the Aussies and everything should be fine”, Steyn was talking to an independent media. He played against St. Augustine while playing for the Western Province Cricket Club and bagged 3 wickets for just 2 runs in the first innings and then took 2/11 in the second innings.