The first of the two matches will be the KFC T20 on the 22nd November, and starts at 18:00. The second match is the Momentum ODI and will be played on Sunday the 24th November and it starts at 11:00.
The Proteas’ have been in excellent form throughout their series in Pakistan having beaten their hosts in four out of their five ODI’s and beating them in both T20 matches.
The Proteas’ will look to keep the momentum with the increasingly improving bowling attack and consistency in their batting line-up. Sahara Parks own, Dale Steyn, has been in what is arguably the best form of his life lately and will seek to increase his wicket tally against the touring Pakistan.
Wayne Parnell has been equally impressive having struggled throughout his career with form and injuries however during his visit to the UAE, he has found wicket-taking form and has returned to his left-arm fast bowling style reaching speeds averaging in the mid-140’s (kph).
The Proteas’ are still missing a frontman to lead the batting order however each batsman has played his part and contributed to the teams victories even though none have really shone on a regular basis.Pakistan will look to capitalize on the Proteas’ batting line-up with their number one ranked ODI bowler, Saeed Ajmal, who has proven to be a tri-cky adversary.
The Proteas’ squad is expected to remain unchanged but will only be released on match-day.
Campground Road will be closed on both match days. On Friday the road will be closed from 14:30 - 22:00 and on Sunday from 7:30 - 19:30. It is advised that alternative routes and transport arrangements are made prior to match-days.
Tickets are currently on sale and are sold as weekend packages: See prices below.
Pakistan T20 & ODI - Adult Seating - R350.00 (Save R50.00)
Pakistan T20 & ODI Adult Grass- R250.00 (Save R50.00)
Pakistan T20 & ODI - Scholar Seating- R250.00 (Save R150.00)
Pakistan T20 & ODI Scholar Grass- R150.00 (Save R90.00)
Pakistan T20 & ODI - Pensioner Seating- R250.00 (Save R150.00)