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SA vs Ind 3rd T20 Match Prediction

T20 Match

According to the India vs. South Africa Time Table, the South African cricket team began their tour of India with a Twenty20 series on June 9, 2022, at Arun Jaitley Stadium in Delhi. On June 12, 2022, the second T20 match will take place.

The third and fourth T20 matches of IN VS SA T20 will be played in Vizag and Rajkot on the 14th and 17th of June 2022, respectively, while the final T20 match will be played at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium in Bangalore on June 19, 2022.

SA VS Ind 3rd T20 Match Details

  • Match 3: South Africa India T20 Match
  • Date & Time: June 14, 2022 07:00 PM IST
  • Venue:  Vidarbha Cricket Association Stadium, Jamtha, Nagpur, Nagpur
  • Live Streaming: Sony Six and Sony LIV

SA VS Ind 3rd T20 Match Prediction

Pitch Report

Only two T20 Internationals have been played at Barabati Stadium, with an average total of 113.75 and the highest total of 180 achieved by India against Sri Lanka in 2017.

South Africa defeated India in their lone match on this field in 2015, bowling out the hosts for 92 runs and chasing the target down in 17.2 overs.

In contrast to the previous game, in which the hitters dominated, the pitch is expected to provide a more even duel between bat and bowl. The team that wins the coin toss may be required to bowl first.

Probable playing XI


  • Ishan Kishan,
  • Shreyas Iyer,
  • Rishabh Pant (c & wk),
  • Dinesh Karthik,
  • Ruturaj Gaikwad,
  • Hardik Pandya,
  • Yuzvendra Chahal,
  • Axar Patel Harshal Patel,
  • Bhuvneshwar Kumar
  • Umran Malik/Arsdheep Singh

South Africa

  • Quinton de Kock (wk),
  • Temba Bavuma (c),
  • Rassie van der Dussen,
  • David Miller,
  • Dwaine Pretorius,
  • Tabraiz Shamsi,
  • Tristan Stubbs,
  • Keshav Maharaj,
  • Wayne Parnell,
  • Anrich Nortje
  • Kagiso Rabada,

Probable Top Performers

Probably the best batter of the match 

Ishan Kishan

After a strong run with Mumbai Indians (MI) in the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2022, in which he scored 418 runs at an average of 32.15 with three fifties, Ishan Kishan continued his fine form in the first T20I against South Africa, hitting 76 runs, which was the best score of the game. Given his current form, it is projected that he will score more runs in the future.

Probably the best bowler of the match 

Yuzvendra Chahal

Having bowled only 2.1 overs in the first match, Yuzvendra Chahal has failed to create an impression in the series. However, the leg-spinner was the IPL 2022’s highest wicket-taker with 27 scalps, including a five-wicket haul and an economy rate of 7.75. Against the Proteas, he is anticipated to take a few wickets on the tough Cuttack pitch.

India VS South Africa, 2nd T20I, Stats Preview

After Miller-Van der Dussen’s performance in Delhi, the second match of the five-match T20I series between India and South Africa will take place at the Barabati Stadium in Cuttack on June 12, 2022.

All of the batter’s efforts were in vain, as India failed to defend the goal of 212 thanks to the duo mentioned above’s damaging innings. Miller has brought his T20 form from the Indian Premier League (IPL) championship with Gujarat Titans (GT) to the international level.

Ishan Kishan scored the most runs for the hosts with 76 off of 48 balls, while the other players got off to great starts. In T20 internationals, India scored their highest total of 211/4 against the Proteas. South Africa was 81/3 after 8.4 overs in their run chase, and from that point on, it was all Miller and Van der Dussen.

The duo recorded the greatest fourth-wicket partnership of 131 runs for their country in T20Is, remaining undefeated until the last ball.

Miller scored 64 runs while van der Dussen scored 75 as the visitors took a 1-0 series lead. India failed to defend a target of over 200 runs for the first time in the shortest international format.

When these two sides played in a T20I at the same site in 2015, the hosts were bowled out for just 92 runs against the same opponent, as South Africa defeated the Men in Blue by six wickets.

Rishabh Pant, who was chosen captain on the night of the first match owing to KL Rahul’s injury, will attempt to lead his team to a comeback and tie the series.

In the meanwhile, here are some significant statistics and data before the second T20I between India and South Africa:


India and South Africa have faced off in 16 T20 internationals, with India claiming nine victories and South Africa seven. Both teams have clashed five times in India, with the hosts claiming only one victory and South Africa four.

  • Ishan Kishan (45) requires five fours to get 50 fours in Twenty20 Internationals.
  • Temba Bavuma (45) needs five fours to reach 50 in T20 Internationals.
  • 1 – Quinton de Kock (49), who has 49 catches in T20 internationals, is one catch away from hitting 50 catches.
  • Kagiso Rabada (49) needs one wicket to get 50 T20I wickets.
  • Tabraiz Shamsi (57) needs five wickets to beat Imran Tahir (61) and become South Africa’s second-highest T20I wicket-taker.
  • Hardik Pandya (197) needs three fours to reach 200 fours across all forms.
  • Axar Patel (98) needs two more wickets to achieve 100 in international cricket.
  • 1 – Rishabh Pant (99) needs one six to reach 100 maximums across all formats.
  • De Kock (192) needs eight fours in T20 internationals to get 200.
  • 86 – De Kock (1849) needs 86 runs to beat JP Duminy (1934) and become South Africa’s best-run scorer in T20Is.
  • Bhuvneshwar Kumar (59) needs three wickets to surpass R Ashwin (61) and become India’s third-highest T20I wicket-taker.
  • 51 – Henrich Klaasen (449) needs 51 runs to get 500 runs in T20 Internationals.
  • Aiden Markram (3460) requires 40 runs to reach 3500 across all formats.
  • Markram (45) needs five fours to get 50 in T20 Internationals.
  • Rassie van der Dussen (246) requires four fours to reach 250 fours across all forms.

India VS South Africa 1st T20I

South Africa scored 212 for three, their greatest chase in T20Is, to stun India, who had posted an excellent 211 for four.

So here we are looking at the post-match presentation information for the India vs. South Africa 1st T20, including the complete list of award winners, a man of the match, and post-match comments.

Post-match Comments

Rassie van der Dussen, South African batsman: “The middle is sticky, but Miller was so fantastic. It was not due to an absence of intent. I had a clear understanding.

It is essential to maintain mental toughness, even when success seems elusive. Avesh Khan exerted great pressure on me and never missed the mark. But Miller’s punch helped me to survive.

It is a strategy that has served me well in recent years. I believe that if I can play 40 to 50 balls, I can have an influence, and fortunately, that was the case today. Pretorius has learned that if it was in his arc, he had to pursue it.

We knew it was a high-scoring field since we played a warm-up game there a few days prior.

David Miller, the game’s hero: “In the past four or five years, I’ve gotten a much better grasp on my game via a lot of hard work. Rassie performed well in defense. Just try to keep going. Rassie was tasked with closing the distance or locating the limit as I continued.

It included lowering the number of dot balls. It is faith. I’ve been around for a while, but understanding and winning games have boosted my confidence considerably.

I have always tried to make a difference wherever I bat. No. 5 is the current location. Domestically, I have performed well at No. 4, but South Africa is a different scenario with world-class players. Willing to play everywhere.”

Temba Bavuma, SA captain: “We are satisfied with our performance. We anticipated the wicket to worsen as the night progressed. We have places for improvement. I believe that the manner Ishan batted made it appear simple. He put our spinners under strain. That was an excellent batting performance.

David’s form was complemented adequately by Rassie. It was a terrific surface, with the bowlers reading the situation better and utilizing the death options and boundary balls quicker. We have great faith in Rassie.

He takes it gradually and accepts it in the end. He is the individual who saves us. With David, it becomes quite explosive. It was hot but less humid than usual. There is a short turnaround time, so guys must stay hydrated.

Rishabh Pant, captain of India, stated, “I believe we had enough runs on the board, but our execution was lacking. Credit to the opponents.” We believed the slower pitch worked when we batted, but it became easier in the second inning.”

T20 Match Prediction FAQ’s

How many ODI matches are played in India?

India has played 1002 ODI matches as of now, resulting in 521 wins, 431 losses, 9 draws, and 41 no results for a W/L ratio of 1.21 and an overall winning percentage of 54.68.

Who is the captain of India VS South Africa?

Due to KL Rahul's injury, the BCCI appointed wicketkeeper Rishabh Pant as captain and vice-captain Hardik Pandya for the home series against South Africa.

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