South Africa to host England, Netherlands, West Indies in 2023 summer time

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South Africa will tackle England and Netherlands in a bid to qualify for the 2023 ODI World Cup early subsequent yr. Aside from that, the Proteas will face West Indies in two Checks, three ODIs, and three T20Is as effectively in the summertime. 

Notably, the primary version of the SA20 league begins on January 10, with the ultimate match more likely to be performed on February 4. The nationwide staff will tackle England in three ODI video games which will probably be performed between January 28 and February 1, which is predicted to be performed after the group stage and earlier than the knockouts of the SA20.

South Africa could be pressured to discipline a second-string squad towards West Indies in March 2023

The three T20Is towards West Indies and two ODIs towards the Netherlands will probably be performed from March 25, which is able to most lilely conflict with the Indian Premier League (IPL) and will drive the Proteas to discipline second-string XIs. 

In the meantime, the inaugural season of the SA20 will probably be performed in venues together with Cape City, Paarl, Johannesburg, Centurion, Durban, and Gqeberha. In consequence, the ODI sequence towards the Three Lions will probably be performed in Bloemfontein and Kimberley, cities which don’t have SA20 franchises.

Venues together with Newlands, Boland Park, and St George’s Park will probably be utilized for the Ladies’s T20 World Cup, which will probably be performed in South Africa in February 2023. The matches towards West Indies will probably be performed on the Wanderers and SuperSport Park, which can even host the T20Is later.

The house staff can even tackle the Males in Maroon in an ODI sequence which will probably be performed in East London and Potchefstroom, whereas the matches towards the Dutch aspect together with the pink-day ODI will probably be held in Benoni and Johannesburg.

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