South Africa v Australia only T20?
After landing in the ODI Series, host Australia will be vindicated on their mind when they take South Africa to the T20 International match. The final match of the tour will be played on November 17 at the Carrara Oval in Queensland. The live broadcast will begin at 6:20 local time.
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This is the first international match between Australia and South Africa to be played at the T20I Carrara Oval. This is a T20 game, the pitch will not change much after the first period of the game, this is the reason that the winning captain can choose to bowl first.
AUS vs SA Head to Head
Australia has won 11, while South Africa has won 6 of the 17 T-20 Internationals played against each other in the past.
Australia has won four of the last five matches played against South Africa in the 20 overs format.
Australia won by six wickets, when the two countries faced the T20I in Cape Town in March 2016. After batting first, the hosts posted 178/4 on the board, but the Australian overhauled with four balls in total.
Match played: 17; Australia won: 11; South Africa win: 6
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Australia v South Africa prediction
Australia is in third position, while South Africa is at sixth place in ICC T20I rankings. The hosts have a strong head-to-head T-20 record and in this format the visitors have defeated visitors four times in the last five attempts. However, after losing the previous ODI series, Australia will not have much confidence before this game. Apart from this, they will be without the first of their first choice in the form of Mitchell Starc, Pat Cummins and Josh Hazlewood, all have been rested for this match. Their pace bowling group would be relatively inexperienced and South African batsmen would look to exploit this weakness. Protees has seen sharp on this tour and we expect him to end at a high level.