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Cricket Betting Tips and Fantasy Cricket Match Predictions: South Africa vs Pakistan 2021 - 1st T20I
The 1st T20I of the four-match series between Pakistan and South Africa will be played at The Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg in South Africa.
9 April 2021
Cricket South Africa (CSA) was on Tuesday informed by Cricket Australia (CA) that their tour to the country scheduled to begin later this month will not be going ahead due to Covid-19 fears.
2 February 2021
The National Selection Panel (NSP) has today announced the Qantas Australian men’s Twenty20 International squad to tour New Zealand and the Qantas Australian men’s Test squad to tour South Africa.
27 January 2021
Who would have predicted that: Matthew Hayden at his destructive best in 2007 World Cup ton against South Africa
After having waited for his turn behind Mark Waugh and Adam Gilchrist in the ODIs and Michael Slater and Mark Taylor in Tests....
28 June 2020
June 13, 1999 - After Gibbs dropped Steve Waugh's catch, that in effect took Australia to the final, Waugh, as he writes in his autobiography, Out of My Comfort Zone......
13 June 2020
Who would have predicted that: Jimmy Maher, Nathan Hauritz tow Australia to thrilling tie against South Africa
Having lost the first two ODIs of the seven-match series, South Africa hosted Australia in the third match at Senwes Park
9 June 2020
Australia would have got themselves a relatively easier semi-final clash against New Zealand had they won their last league match against South Africa.
7 May 2020
Cricket Australia has today announced the following actions in relation to the global coronavirus pandemic.
12 March 2020
Australia arrived home from South Africa today for the Gillette One-Day International Series against New Zealand, starting at the SCG on Friday.
9 March 2020
Players React to Australia Beating Out South Africa to Reach ICC Womens T20 World Cup Finals.
6 March 2020
The Momentum Proteas Women suffered another semi-final heartbreak after losing to hosts and defending champions Australia by five runs on the DLS method at the ICC Women's T20 World Cup in Sydney on Thursday.
5 March 2020
Women's T20 WC South Africa v Australia Semi-final 2 Preview: Will Proteas' best be good enough against Oz pedigree?
South Africa are playing their best cricket currently but is their best good enough for the Australians, who are back on their feet after the India scare and have gained considerable momentum.
4 March 2020
Standard Bank Proteas batsman, Temba Bavuma has been withdrawn from the remainder of the Momentum One-Day International series against Australia as a precaution while the player continues his conditioning and rehabilitation following a right hamstring strain.
4 March 2020
Cricket South Africa (CSA) is pleased to announce the Standard Bank Proteas squad that will take on Australia in a three-match Momentum ODI series taking place in Paarl, Bloemfontein and Potchefstroom from 29 February to 06 March 2020.
26 February 2020
South Africa have lost 16 of their 24 completed matches across formats since the beginning of the ODI World Cup. The first-ever series win for captain de Kock will mark the baton of South African cricket truly switching hands.
25 February 2020
South Africa seemed dead and buried at one point but came back to register a 12-run win in the second T20I against Australia on the back of impressive death bowling and versatile approach.
24 February 2020
After South Africa suffered their biggest-ever defeat in T20I history, they are expected to bring in fit-again Temba Bavuma and tearaway Anrich Nortje into the side.
22 February 2020
St Stithians’ Richard Seletsane and Ayush Ramnaran both finished shy just of impressive half-centuries during their side’s 58-run triumph over the Standard Bank Dobsonville Regional Performance Centre (RPC) in the latest Momentum Friendship Games encounter in Soweto on Thursday.
20 February 2020
All You Need to Know Australia's tour of South Africa 2020 comprising 3 T20Is and 3 ODIs which will be played from February 21 to March 7.
19 February 2020
After the first Twenty20 International in Johannesburg, there are further matches in Port Elizabeth and Cape Town before the One-Day Internationals are played in Paarl, Bloemfontein and Potchefstroom.
18 February 2020