IND vs SA T20: Let us know that these five matches against South Africa will be played in Delhi, Cuttack, Visakhapatnam, Rajkot and Bangalore. This series will be played from June 9 and the last match will be on June 19.
- India will play 5 T20 matches after IPL
- Indian team is yet to be announced
- South Africa has declared 16-man squad
Now that South Africa is coming to India to play five T20 matches after the Indian Premier League (IPL 2022), the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has taken a big decision. And this decision is a matter of happiness for the fans going to the stadium to watch the match. And now the good thing is that these five T20 matches to be played against South Africa will be played in full capacity. According to information received from sources, the BCCI has allowed full number of spectators to come to the stadium for the five T20 matches to be played against South Africa.
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Earlier, the board had announced full capacity for the ongoing IPL play-off matches. Recently, after the decrease in the cases of Kovid, many countries had relaxed the conditions of the protocol of Kovid-19. And after this, after the decrease of cases in India, the BCCI also decided to gradually increase the number of viewers.
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Let us tell you that these five matches against South Africa will be played in Delhi, Cuttack, Visakhapatnam, Rajkot and Bangalore. This series will be played from June 9 and the last match will be on June 19. South Africa has already announced its 16-man squad, while the Indian team is yet to be announced. The squad for South Africa is as follows:
Temba Bavuma (captain), Quinton de Kock, Reeza Hendrix, Heinrich Klaasen, Keshav Maharaj, Aiden Markram, David Miller, Lungi Ngidi, Anrich Norkea, Wayne Parnell, Dwayne Pretorius, Kagiso Rabada, Tabariz Shamsi, Tristan Staubes, Von der Dussen, Racy Marco Janssen
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