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| On Apr 3, 2021 9:01 PM IST

Where to Watch South Africa vs Pakistan Live; Who Will Win SA vs PAK 2nd ODI?

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SA vs PAK 1st ODI: Where to Watch South Africa vs Pakistan Live; Who Will Win SA vs PAK 2nd ODI?

Temba Bavuma’s life as a captain of the South African cricket team started off with a defeat as Pakistan won by 3 wickets in the SA vs PAK 1st ODI match. While batting first, South Africa made 273-6 in 50 overs. Openers, Aiden Markram (19) and Quinto de Kock (20) failed to affect the scoring, while captain Temba Bavuma fell cheaply as well, out for just one run. Rassie van der Dussen scored a magnificent century to guide SA to a challenging total.
But the 179-run partnership for the 2nd wicket between Imam-ul-Haq and Babar Azam with the latter scoring a brilliant century took the game away from the hosts. The second match will be played at Wanderers Stadium on Sunday (01:30 PM, IST).


Where to Watch South Africa vs Pakistan Live; Who Will Win SA vs PAK 2nd ODI?

South Africa vs Pakistan ODI Series can be streamed live on Hot Star.


Which Channel Will Telecast SA vs PAK 1st ODI South Africa vs Pakistan 2nd ODI on TV?

The SA vs PAK 2nd ODI can also be watched live on TV; across Star Sports Channels.


What time will the SA vs PAK 2nd ODI South Africa vs Pakistan Start?

South Africa vs Pakistan 2nd ODI match will start at 01:30 PM (IST, local time), on Sunday at Wanderers Stadium.


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South Africa are in transition as new captain Temba Bavuma is getting used to the demand of being a captain of the national team. But that doesn’t hide the fact that SA should have scored more while their bowling left a lot to be desired for as well. Pakistan were good with both bat and ball but we back the hosts to come back stronger and win the SA vs PAK 2nd ODI match.


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