South Africa vs England 2nd T20I – July 28, 2022

South Africa tour of England 2022

England still not able to break the jinx and still looking for the winning mantra. After gets beaten by India in a three match series South Africa also thrashed them in first ODI whereas England reversed the fortunes in 2nd ODI by winning with 118 runs before final ODI washed out by rain.

England batted out South Africa in first T20I match of the series and reaffirm that their struggles in other formats didn’t affected their game in shortest format. Bowlers also backed well and regular wickets helped England to clinch the win.

South Arica in England 2022 – Full Details

South Africa vs England Team news

South Africa still in the rebuilding phase and many new faces like Dwaine Pretorius and Marco Jansen are still vying to cement their place. South Africa will be more depending on Miller, Van Der Dussen and De kock in their batting with Reza Handricks will be joining in as a T20 specialist.

Ngidi register his best figures in T20I cricket in first despite all other bowlers got hammered to all parts of the ground. In batting T Stubbs was one lone bright spot for Proteas but others around him fell apart including the comeback man Rilee Rossiuw.

South Africa Playing 11: Quinton de Kock, Reeza Hendricks, Adien Markram, Rilee Rossouw, David Miller, Henrich Klassen, T Stubbs, Kagiso Rabada, A Pehlukwayo, Lungo Ngidi, Keshav Maharaj

England on the other hand need their top order to start delivering consistently, just like they did in first match of the series. Harry Brooks will replace Joe Root whereas Chris Jordan will also make a comeback as he has been treated as a T20I specialist by England off late.

England Playing 11: Jason Roy, Jonny Bairstow, Jos Buttler, Dawid Malan, Liam Livingstone, Moeen Ali, David Willey, Chris Jordan, Adil Rashid, Sam Curran, Reece Topley

South Africa vs England Head to Head

In T20I matches both teams are neck to neck after 23 games. England won 12 whereas Proteas won 10 games so far.

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