Pakistan v South Africa Live Streaming ICC Champions Trophy 8th June 2017 :
In 7th Match of Champions Trophy, 3rd match of Group B, Pakistan will play against South Africa. South Africa who is no.1 ranked team in ICC ODI ranking is complete side. They have quality batsman, no.2 ranked spinner, no.1 ranked fast bowler. Their captain AB Deilliers is no.1 batsman in the world his self. In short, South Africa has big names in their team. But Pakistan has the famous label unpredictability. They have good bowling attack as well but not good as South Africa has. Pakistan v South Africa ICC Champions Trophy 2017 Live Streaming is below on 4jags.com
Pakistan can took advantage of South Africa choker label in their big games. This Group B match is going to be play on Wenesday, June 7, 2017. venue is the same ground where Pakistan played their warm up match and with India as well. Edgbaston Ground Birmingham, England will host this crucial match. You can watch Pakistan v South Africa ICC Champions Trophy 2017 Live Streaming here below:
Pakistan And South Africa Head to Head in One Day Internationals:
72 matches in total played between these both teams. Pakistan won just 23 matches while South Africa took 47 games away from Pakistan. 2 games had no result. So Pakistan is far behind South Africa in this race.
In Champions Trophy both teams played 2 times against each other. And both times South Africa beat Pakistan comprehensively. Once in Mohali, India, October 27, 2016 South Africa won by 124 runs. Mkhaya Ntini was man of the match who tokk 5 wickets just for 21 runs and played a major role in win for South Africa.
2nd time South Africa beat Pakistan in same ground where this new match is going to play. Yes in Edgbaston ground, Brimingham, June 10, 2013 Pakistan lost that game by 67 runs. Hashim Amla scored brilliant 81 runs and declared man of the match.
But in recent past Pakistan played with South Africa in ICC World Cup 2015. That game was affected by rain, and Pakistan after so much thrill, beat South Africa 29 (D/L). This match was very crucial for Pakistan to play quarter final because they already defeated by India and West Indies badly.
Key Facts and Players:
Pakistan’s bowling is far better than their fielding and batting. in batting they are looking to their captain Sarfraz Ahmed and senior Shoaib Malik. In bowling Muhammad Amir is their key player but if Junaid Khan will play this match then he also can be key fact in this match.
South Africa will rely on their consistent performer Hashim Amla and their Captain off course AB De Villiers. in bowling they have no.1 ranked Kagiso Rabada who is outstanding in recent past. Imran Tahir will also play key role who took some important wickets against Sri Lanka last game they played. Don’t forget Imran Tahir is at no.2 in ICC ODI ranking. in spinner list he is on the top of the list in all spinners of world.
- Pakistan beat South Africa in last match played between both teams
- Pakistan have lost both games played in Champions Trophy
- AB De Villiers has very good batting average against Pakistan of 61.86 with 3 hundreds.
- South Africa has scored 392 runs against Pakistan in 2007.
- Pakistan beat South Africa in pressure games or in big games.
In Champions Trophy Pakistan Qualified in Semis in 2000, 2004 and 2009 but never qualified for Final. While Africa qualified for first champions trophy final and they won it.
Pakistan and South Africa Likely Playing 11:
Pakistan Likely Playing 11:
- Sarfraz Ahmed (captain, wicket keeper)
- Babar Azam
- Fakhar Zaman
- Azhar Ali
- Shoaib Malik
- Muhammad Hafeez
- Imad Waseem/Faheem Ashraf
- Shadab Khan
- Muhammad Amir
- Junaid Khan
- Hassan Ali
South Africa likely playing 11:
- AB De Villiers (Captain)
- De Cock (wicket Keeper)
- Hashim Amla
- Faf Du Plesis
- JB Dumny
- Imran Tahir
- Kagiso Rabasa
- Weyn Parnell
- Morne Morkal
- Chris Morris
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