South Africa Women tour of Pakistan 2023
The T20I series between Pakistan and South Africa comes to an end with the hosts completing a historic whitewash over South Africa, effectively become the first Asian country to complete a whitewash over South Africa at home.
The Pakistan Cricket Board today confirmed a panel of five commentators and one presenter for the Pakistan v South Africa women series taking place at the National Bank Stadium in Karachi.
Nida Dar-led Pakistan women’s side will aim to continue their good run in the ODI series against South Africa after clean sweeping the touring side 3-0 in the T20I series played at the National Bank Stadium in Karachi from 1 to 4 September.
South Africa clinched the ODI series, after winning the second match by six wickets. Despite a magnificent partnership between Fatima Sana and Aliya Riaz, the hosts posted a below-par total of 168 in the first innings.
Nida Dar will be aiming for a winning start as the captain of the Pakistan women’s team when her side takes on the touring South Africa women’s team in the first of the three-match T20I series starting tomorrow at the historic National Bank Stadium in Karachi
Aliya Riaz and Fatima Sana held their nerves, leading Pakistan Women to their highest successful run-chase in T20Is. Despite losing wickets at regular intervals, and Bismah Maroof’s 37 (30) being the highest number on Pakistan’s batting scorecard, the hosts chased down151 against South Africa on the last ball.
Golootlo has joined hands with the Pakistan Cricket Board as the title sponsor for the white-ball series between Pakistan and South Africa women’s teams, which begins on Friday.
Despite their dominating performance during the recently concluded T20I series, where they completed a whitewash against South Africa, Pakistan could not put up a considerable fight against the visitors in the first ODI, losing the game by a big margin.
Heroics by Sidra Amin and Aliya Riaz help Pakistan chase 151 again to secure series win over South Africa
Pakistan clinched the T20I series after successively chasing 151 against the visitors. This marks Pakistan’s second bilateral T20I series win against South Africa; the previous coming in March 2015 when Pakistan won 2-1.
After struggling in the first two ODIs, a brilliant display of batting from the Pakistan top-order allowed the hosts to avoid a whitewash against South Africa.
Pakistan national women team’s chief selector Saleem Jaffar today announced a 15-player squad for next month’s bilateral white-ball series against South Africa.