Momentum Proteas v Pakistan Women Fixtures Confirmed

by | Jan 10, 2021

Cricket South Africa have implemented time and venue changes to the upcoming Pakistan Women inbound tour that is poised to begin this month – January 2021.

CSA, along with Pakistan Cricket Board have confirmed the fixture list and schedule for the tour of South Africa, which will feature three ODI’S followed by as many T20 internationals, starting January 20.

Durban will now host all of the six matches of the two limited-overs series with all matches confirmed as day matches due to the South African curfew regulations.

The Hollywoodbets Kingsmead Ground will be the venue for all matches with ODI’S commencing at 10h00, while the T20I will now start at 15h30 with all matches broadcast live on SuperSport.

Hilton Moreeng’s charges have settled in the bio secure environment as they near the start of their first series in ten months. The Proteas will play an internal squad game on Thursday, 14 January in Pietermaritzburg to sharpen up their readiness for the all important series against a competent Pakistan outfit.

 

Full Fixture List:

ODI
20 Jan (10h00) – Momentum Proteas v Pakistan Women (Kingsmead)
23 Jan (10h00) – Momentum Proteas v Pakistan Women (Kingsmead)
26 Jan (10h00) – Momentum Proteas v Pakistan Women (Kingsmead)

T20I
29 Jan (15h30) – Momentum Proteas v Pakistan Women (Kingsmead)
31 Jan (15h30) – Momentum Proteas v Pakistan Women (Kingsmead)
3 Feb (15h30) – Momentum Proteas v Pakistan Women (Kingsmead)

 

Photo caption: A file photo of SA opening bowler Shabnim Ismail pictured in action against Pakistan. Dates and venue details for the inbound Pakistan Women’s ODI and T20I tour of South Africa have been confirmed. Photo: Supplied

 

With editing by gsport

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