South Africa vs Pakistan 3rd T20 Prediction Today Match Tips By CrickBEll – 6-2-19

South Africa vs Pakistan, Third T20?

South Africa vs Pakistan 3rd T20 Prediction Today Match Tips By CrickBEll - 6-2-19 1

South Africa won an exciting victory with seven runs to win an unbeatable 2-0 lead in the three-match series in Johannesburg in the second T20 International. Pakistan will now try to recover from pride when both countries face each other in the third and final T20I in Supersport Park in Centurion on February 6. The match will start at 6.00 pm local time.

Live Streaming
TV Channels:  Fox Sports, Sky Sports Cricket, Supersport, Sony Six, Ten Sports,OSN Sports Cricket HD

Live streaming: Sony LIV, Now TV, Supersport Live

Toss prediction
The key to toss in SuperSport Park will be. Since five out of the seven one-day internationals played on the field have been won by batting first, the team winning the toss here on Wednesday will probably want to bat first and will press the scoreboard on the opposition.

SA Team News
South Africa made some changes in their favor for the second T20 International in Johannesburg. He brought Batsman Janman Malan to wicketkeeper-batsman Jiwan Cloete in place of Faf du Plessis and fast bowler Lutho Simpala. Proteas will remain under the captaincy of stand-in captain David Miller and we expect them to have an unchanged line-up in this game.

PAK Team News
Shoaib Malik will continue to lead Pakistan in the absence of regular captain Sarfaraz Ahmed, who have returned home after the four-match suspension by the ICC. The audience made only one change in their line-up for the previous game, replacing the fast bowler Ashraf, left-handed fast bowler Shahin Afridi, who was very expensive at the first T20I. Afridi had been good out of the ball for the last time and probably would have been retained.


South Africa

SA vs PAK Head to Head
South Africa now have played thirteen T20 Internationals against Pakistan and have won on eight occasions.

South Africa has won four of the last five matches, which they played in the format of twenty overs against Pakistan.

Both countries have met only once in a T20 I in Supersport Park. This match was won by Pakistan in March 2013 by 95 runs.

Matches played: 13; South Africa won: 8; Pakistan won: 5

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