SA vs PAK Stats : South Africa will take on Pakistan in the third and final ODI at Super Sport Park in Centurion on 7 April. The series is leveled at 1-1 and both the sides will look to give their best in the decider to clinch the series.
South Africa after losing the first match on the last ball bounced back in the second match and registered 17 runs win in a high scoring game to level the series and now set to take the visitors in the final game. Although they’re without Quinton de Kock, David Miller, Anrich Nortje, Kagiso Rabada and Lungi Ngidi for this match as they have left for IPL and it has weakened their side but they have the momentum with them and new players will be eager to show their talent and the likes of Temba Bavuma, Aiden Markram and Rassie van der Dussen will have to step up. On the other side, Pakistan who have been good especially in batting department need to play their best cricket and their inform players like Babar Azam, Fakhar Zaman, Shaheen Shah Afridi and Haris Rauf need to take the advantage of a second string South African side.
A list of all the major stats and records ahead of the Third ODI between South Africa and Pakistan in Centurion.
Head to Head in ODI Cricket : South Africa and Pakistan have played 81 ODI matches so far.
SA vs PAK in ODI Cricket :
Matches – 81
SA won – 51
PAK won – 29
No result – 1
26 – South Africa have won 26 out of 41 ODIs while Pakistan have won 5 out of 11 ODIs at Super Sport Park in Centurion.
40.88 – Tabraiz Shamsi’s bowling average in ODI cricket. He has taken only 27 wickets at this average in 24 ODI matches.
50 – Shaheen Shah Afridi needs 2 more wickets to complete 50 wickets in ODI cricket.
50 – Fakhar Zaman will play his 50th ODI match for Pakistan. He has scored 2161 runs at 48.02 in 49 ODIs with 5 hundreds and 13 fifties so far.
115 – Rassie van der Dussen’s ODI batting average against Pakistan. He has scored 460 runs at this average in 7 innings with 1 hundred and 4 fifties.
890 – Rassie van der Dussen has scored 890 runs at an average of 80.9 in just 18 ODI innings with 1 hundred and 8 fifties so far.
2000 – Pakistan opener Imam ul Haq needs 91 more runs to achieve the milestone of 2000 ODI runs.