The 23rd match of the Over-50s Cricket World Cup between Pakistan and South Africa will be played at the Bridge House School in Western Cape.
The match starts at 10:15 AM local time (8:15 AM GMT) (1:45 PM IST). The matches will be live-streamed on PitchVision. Also, the fans can watch delayed telecast on the Cricket South Africa YouTube channel.
Preview for Dream11 Fantasy
Pakistan and hosts South Africa will face-off in the match 23 of the ongoing Over-50s World Cup on Monday. Both the teams are bossing the points table in group B at the moment and are expected to win their matches on Sunday. Pakistan are facing Wales while South Africa have locked horns against India. These are the two teams which are expected to make it to the semi-finals from this group and expect this game to be a thrilling one.
There is no chance of rain whatsoever during the match on Monday. The temperature will hover around 27-28 Degrees Celsius with the humidity hovering around 30-50%.
A couple of Youth ODIs have taken place at the venue before and it has proved to be a brilliant surface to bat on. Chasing has been comparatively tough on this pitch and expect the team winning the toss to bat first.
Average first innings score: 299 (In two Youth ODIs played at the venue)
Record of the chasing teams: Won – 0; Lost – 2
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Probable Playing XIs
Sajid Ali, Raja Arshad Hayat, Dastagir Butt, Azhar Khan (WK), Ghaffar Kazmi (C), Mahmood Hamid, Muhammad Javed, Jaffar Qureshi, Fawad Barry, Asif Hayat, Zafar Ali, Imtiaz Tarar.
Bench – Aziz ur Rehman, Ahmed Hayat, Babar Butt.
South Africa Over-50s
Warne Rippon, Kenny Jackson, Mlungisi Mgece, David Duncan, Dave Callaghan (C), Alan Dawson, Pieter Strydom, Dave Holgate (WK), Anwell Newman, Neil Fusedale, Henry Williams, Bruce Wilson.
Bench – Louis Koen, Nazeem White, Brad Player, Rodney Malamba.
Alan Dawson, Dave Callaghan and David Duncan have scored a half-century each so far. Pieter Strydom is a decent all-rounder and is a must-pick player. Even Dawson has picked a few wickets with the ball while Bruce Wilson is also a wicket-taker. Ngece is also a good bowler.
For Pakistan, Raja Arshad Hayat and Sajid Ali are the best batsmen so far. Muhammad Javed, Jaffar Qureshi and Imtiaz Tarrar have wrecked havoc with the ball. The trio should be picked in your Dream11 Fantasy team.
Captain and Vice-Captain Selection:
Captain – Pieter Strydom, Alan Dawson, Sajid Ali
Vice-Captain – Ghaffar Kazmi, Imtiaz Tarar, Mlungisi Mgece
Suggested Playing XI No.1 for Fantasy Cricket:
Keeper – Dave Callaghan
Batters – Mlungisi Ngece, Sajid Ali, Raja Arshad Hayat
All-Rounders – Anwell Newman, Alan Dawson (VC), Ghaffar Kazmi
Bowlers – Bruce Wilson, Pieter Strydom (C), Jaffar Qureshi, Imtiaz Tarar.
Suggested Playing XI No.2 for Fantasy Cricket:
Keeper – Azam Khan
Batters – Mlungisi Ngece, Warne Rippon, Sajid Ali (C)
All-Rounders – Alan Dawson, Ghaffar Kazmi
Bowlers – Neil Fusedale, Bruce Wilson, Pieter Strydom, Jaffar Qureshi, Imtiaz Tarar (VC)
12 players played for certain teams in few matches of the tournament. There is still no clarity over the exact rules.
South Africa Over-50s are expected to win this match.
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Disclaimer: This team is based on the understanding, analysis, and instinct of the author. While selecting your team, consider the points mentioned and make your own decision.
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