South Africa will be hosting the upcoming event of cricket series where they will be facing the Netherlands. The managing board of the South Africa team, Cricket South Africa announced that they will be visited by the team Netherlands for 3 ODI matches starting off from 26th November 2021. The second match is scheduled to be played on Sunday, 28 November. Check South Africa vs Netherlands 2021 Live Streaming Details, TV Rights, Schedule, Pitch Report, Who Will Win Tour?.
Everyone is eager to watch them head against each other as they share a long history together. Between 2007 and 2014, South Africa played four ODIs and one T20I against the Netherlands and won them all. Three of the ODIs were in World Cups, while the T20I was in the T20 World Cup.
South Africa vs Netherlands 2021 Live Streaming Details, TV Rights
We all know that the entire series will be taken place in South Africa. So it is practically not possible for people to watch live from the stadium for people overseas. So makers have decided to provide live coverage of all matches on TVs and channels for people to watch it in the comfort of their homes.
The final announcement for the TV rights and Live streaming is not yet out. We will update you regarding the same once the official news is out.
What is the Schedule? Netherlands vs South Africa 2021
Here is the entire schedule of the upcoming series of the Netherlands and South Africa. As we know that is will be 3 ODI matches. The first match is scheduled to begin on 26th November 2021. The Second is on the 28th and The last match will commence on 1st December 2021. Here are the details regarding the same. Check it out now,
Friday, 26 November at 10:00 SAST:
1st ODI (CWCSL) South Africa v Netherlands, SuperSport Park, Centurion
Sunday, 28 November at 10:00 SAST:
2nd ODI (CWCSL) South Africa v Netherlands, SuperSport Park, Centurion
Wednesday, 1 December at 10:00 SAST:
3rd ODI (CWCSL) South Africa v Netherlands, SuperSport Park, Centurion
Pitch Reports, Who will win?
The match predictions depend on a lot of factors like the team, the players, The weather, and the Pitch they will be playing on. The journey of both teams has been a roller coaster ride. This will only be the second time the two teams will be facing each other in a bilateral ODI series, the first time was in 2013 when the Netherlands played host to South Africa in a one-off match in Amstelveen.
All three matches, which will be played at the SuperSport Park in Centurion. The pitch is perfectly balanced. Both teams are expected to play well and the average run that can be scored is close to 150 runs. Bowlers will not get any unnecessary bouncing of the ball.