Monday, December 5, 2022

CSA: South Africa Men’s 2022-23 international fixtures announced

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Cricket South Africa (CSA) today announced the men’s international fixtures for the 2022-23 home season, with South Africa set to host England, West Indies and Netherlands.

Temba Bavuma’s white-ball outfit will get their summer underway with a three-match Betway One-Day International series (CWCSL 2023 ODIs) against England. The Mangaung Oval in Bloemfontein will host the first two ODIs on 27 January and 29 January, with international cricket making its return to The Kimberley Oval in Kimberley on 1 February.

The Proteas will then welcome the West Indies for a multi-format tour. The two-match Betway Test Series will commence at SuperSport Park from 28 February – 04 March followed by the second Test at the DP World Wanderers Stadium in Johannesburg from 08 – 12 March. This series will be the final round of matches in the second edition of the ICC World Test Championship (WTC) for Dean Elgar’s team, who are currently second on the table.

The three-match Betway ODI Series will begin at Buffalo Park Cricket Stadium in East London (16 March and 18 March) before the series wraps up JB Marks Oval in Potchefstroom (21 March).

The three KFC T20Is against the West Indies at SuperSport Park (25 March and 26 March) and DP World Wanderers Stadium (28 March) complete this tour.

The international summer will be concluded with two remaining CWCSL ODIs against the Netherlands at Willowmoore Park in Benoni on 31 March and the highly anticipated Betway Pink Day ODI at DP World Wanderers Stadium on 2 April. These two matches are carried over from the three-match series originally scheduled in December 2021 but were curtailed due to the outbreak of Omicron.

CSA CEO Pholetsi Moseki commented:

“South Africa is fast becoming the home-soul for international cricket. We are a proud cricketing nation, with abundance of talent, grit, and temperament for the game.

“CSA is thrilled to be hosting England, West Indies and the Netherlands, all worthy opponents, in what is billed to be an exciting summer of international cricket.

“This is principally good news to our fans who have been starved of the blend of cricket on offer at stadiums since 2020 pandemic. These bumper fixtures confirm that cricket in South Africa is indeed open for business.

“As we look forward to hosting these cricketing powerhouses, we invite our fans to swell the stadiums in numbers to support the Proteas as they lock horns with the best in the world.”

FULL LIST OF FIXTURES

South Africa versus England Betway ODI Series (CWCSL 2023 ODIs)
Friday, 27 January –13:00 (Day/Night)
South vs England – Mangaung Oval, Bloemfontein
Sunday, 29 January – 10:00 (Day)
South Africa vs England -Mangaung Oval, Bloemfontein
Wednesday, 1 February – 13:00 (Day/Night)
South Africa vs England – The Oval, Kimberley

South Africa versus West Indies

Four-Day Tour Match
21 – 24 February
South Africa Invitational XI vs West Indies – Willowmoore Park, Benoni

Betway Tests (WTC 2023)
28 February – 04 March
South Africa vs West Indies – SuperSport Park, Centurion
08 – 12 March
South Africa vs West Indies – DP World Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg
Both matches to start at 10:00

Betway ODIs (Bilateral ODIs)
Thursday, 16 March – 13:00 (Day/Night)
South Africa vs West Indies – Buffalo Park, East London
Saturday, 18 March – 13:00 (Day/Night)
South Africa vs West Indies – Buffalo Park, East London
Tuesday, 21 March – 10h00 (Day)
South Africa vs West Indies – JB Marks Oval, Potchefstroom

KFC T20Is (Bilateral T20Is)
Saturday, 25 March – 14:00 (Day)
South Africa vs West Indies – SuperSport Park, Centurion
Sunday, 26 March – 14:00 (Day)
South Africa vs West Indies – SuperSport Park, Centurion
Tuesday, 28 March – 18:00 (Day/Night)
South Africa vs West Indies – DP World Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg

South Africa versus Netherlands Betway ODI Series (CWCSL 2023)
Friday, 31 March – 13:00 (Day/Night)
South Africa vs Netherlands – Willowmoore Park, Benoni
Sunday, 2 April – 10:00 – (Day – Betway Pink ODI)
South Africa vs Netherlands – DP World Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg

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