CricketSA vs Bangladesh: Bangladesh to tour SA for three ODI and two Tests
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Cricket South Africa (CSA) announced on Thursday, February 09, that Bangladesh would play three One-Day Internationals and two Tests in South Africa beginning in March 2022 as part of the ODI Super League and World Test Championships, respectively.

SA vs Bangladesh

The tour will begin with the One-Day Internationals on March 18, 20, and 23. SuperSport Park in Centurion will host the first and third matches, while the Wanderers in Johannesburg will host the second game, which will be a pink day match to promote awareness for breast cancer treatment.


Both series count for critical points in the ICC Cricket World Cup Super League and the ICC World Test Championship; therefore, the tour is quite crucial for the hosts.


With 80 points, Bangladesh is presently in second place in the ODI Super League. Before going on the South Africa tour, they have a three-match ODI series against Afghanistan at home. Meanwhile, South Africa is in tenth place with 39 points after three victories in ten games.


The visitors’ first Test will be held in Durban on March 31. It will be their first visit to the arena since their single match in the World Cup in 2003 when they were defeated by Canada. The second Test will begin on April 08 at St George’s Park in Gqeberha.


After a 2-1 win over India, South Africa is presently sitting in fourth place in the WTC points table. Bangladesh is in the seventh position after a 1-1 tie with New Zealand.


At a spectacular performance at the start of the year in Mount Maunganui, they defeated the defending world champions. In any format, Bangladesh has never beaten South Africa at home.


SA vs Bangladesh

Friday, March 18 (D/N): 1st ODI SuperSport Park, Centurion
Sunday, March 20: (D) 2nd ODI Imperial Wanderers,
Wednesday, March 23: (D/N) 3rd ODI SuperSport Park, Centurion
Thursday, March 31 to Monday, April 04: 1st Test, Hollywoodbets Kingsmead, Durban
Friday, April 08 to Tuesday, April 12: 2nd Test, St. George’s Park Cricket Ground, Gqeberha