Netherlands vs South Africa – Super 12 – Preview & Prediction | 2022 ICC Men’s T20 World Cup
When is Netherlands vs South Africa on and what time does it start? Netherlands vs South Africa will take place on Sunday 6th November, 2022 – 00:00 (UK)
Where is Netherlands vs South Africa taking place? Netherlands vs South Africa will take place at Adelaide Oval in Adelaide, Australia
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What channel is Netherlands vs South Africa on in the UK? Netherlands vs South Africa will be televised live on Sky Sports
Where can I stream Netherlands vs South Africa in the UK? Sky Sports subscribers can stream Netherlands vs South Africa live on Sky Go
- Netherlands come into this match on the back of a much-needed injection of confidence after having secured their first victory of the ‘Super 12’s’ stage against Zimbabwe by five wickets.
- Whilst Scott Edwards’ side cannot reach the semi-finals having accrued just two points with one game to go, they can avoid finishing bottom of their ‘Super 12’s’ group by winning here and hoping that India defeat Zimbabwe.
- A thoroughly disappointing and comprehensive loss for South Africa at the hands of Pakistan leaves them now in a do or die situation in regards to their semi-final hopes with defeat against Netherlands eliminating them from the tournament providing a winner is found in the match between Pakistan and Bangladesh.
- Captain Temba Bavuma has come under scrutiny regarding his place in the side, but he was the only batter who put up some sort of a fight against Pakistan, top-scoring with 36 from 19 balls and the Proteas will desperately hope that he can covert this into a run of positive scores.
South Africa were way below the performance levels expected of them last time out, which led to a deserved first defeat of the tournament, but this team is too strong and experienced to dwell on such a showing and a positive reaction will surely be on the cards in Adelaide. Such a formidable pace bowling attack will cause a weak Netherlands batting order no ends of problems and ensure that only a small score is accrued whether Netherlands end up batting first or second. Combine this with the power-hitting amid the Proteas’ ranks and you’d expect South Africa to comfortably get themselves back to winning ways in this one.