With Cricket returning back to its ideal state after the long corona break during the first half of the year. The two A-List teams England (ENG) and South Africa (SA) will be going to in the action by the end of Season November 2020 for 3-match T-20 series and 3-match ODI series in the South Africa.
The limited overs cricket will be the part of first 2020-22 ICC Cricket World Super league. Due to Corona Pandemic the England Cricket Team will have to be the part of bio-secure venues when they Visit to South Africa. The matches will be organized in Cape town and Paarl as set by boards for the safety of players and match officials.
In a Interview ECB CEO Tom Harrison said:
“I would like to personally thank Cricket South Africa for their efforts in ensuring this tour goes ahead and their diligent work to create an environment that is safe for our players and staff,” Harrison said. “They are working tirelessly to pull together a bio-secure plan in Cape Town and Paarl. We owe it to the sport that we do everything we can to keep international competition progressing during this pandemic.
27th November – 1st T-20 (D/N)
29th November – 2nd T-20
1st December – 3rd T-20 (D/N)
4th December – 1st ODI (D/N)
6th December – 2nd ODI
9th December – 3rd ODI (D/N)