Super 12 – South Africa vs Bangladesh Preview & Prediction
When is South Africa vs Bangladesh taking place? South Africa vs Bangladesh will take place on Tuesday 2nd November, 2021 at 10:00 (UK)
Where is South Africa vs Bangladesh taking place? South Africa vs Bangladesh will take place at Sheikh Zayed Stadium in Abu Dhabi
What is the expected weather for South Africa vs Bangladesh? 32-33c with sunny intervals and a gentle breeze
Where can I get tickets for South Africa vs Bangladesh? Visit here for the latest ticket information for South Africa vs Bangladesh
What TV channel is South Africa vs Bangladesh on in the UK? South Africa vs Bangladesh will be televised live on Sky Sports
Where can I stream South Africa vs Bangladesh? Sky Sports subscribers can stream South Africa vs Bangladeshlive on Sky Go
THE TEAM NEWS
- A nail-biting four wicket win for South Africa against Sri Lanka this past Saturday was their second successive victory in the Super 12s and keeps well in the hunt to reach the semi-finals.
- Quinton de Kock was restored to the team against Sri Lanka with Reeza Hendricks keeping his opening spot and captain Temba Bavuma moving to number four where he made 46, a knock which should lead to him remaining in that position against Bangladesh in what should be an unchanged Proteas side.
- Bangladesh suffered their third straight loss in the Super 12 stage last time out, going down to West Indies by three runs.
- Experienced all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan will not be available for this game and the rest of the T20 World Cup after suffering a hamstring injury, a massive blow for the Tigers going forward.
South Africa will be riding the crest of a wave after their victory against Sri Lanka and they face a side who in contrast have struggled ever since securing qualification to the Super 12s stage of the competition. A well-balanced Proteas bowling attack stands them in good stead here with a lethal mix of pace and spin, alongside a deep batting order. Bangladesh however, are heavily weakened due to not having Shakib available and it’s difficult to see them providing much of a challenge here. As long as South Africa leave any complacency behind in the dressing room, they should secure a comfortable win in Abu Dhabi.