The Proteas have been mid-table finishers in the previous editions of the world cup. They made it to the semi-final for the first time in the 2017 edition. They’ll be looking to repeat a similar performance in this edition as well.
Suné Luus (C), Chloé Tryon (vc), Ayabonga Khaka, Lara Goodall, Laura Wolvaardt, Lizelle Lee, Marizanne Kapp, Masabata Maria Klaas, Mignon du Preez, Nonkululeko Mlaba, Shabnim Ismail, Sinalo Jafta, Tazmin Brits, Trisha Chetty, Tumi Sekhukhune
March 5th 2022 – South Africa vs Bangladesh – Dunedin – 2.30 AM IST
March 11th 2022 – South Africa vs Pakistan – Mount Maunganui – 6.30 AM IST
March 14th 2022 – South Africa vs England – Mount Maunganui – 6.30 AM IST
March 17th 2022 – South Africa vs New Zealand – Hamilton – 6.30 AM IST
March 22nd 2022 – South Africa vs Australia – Wellington – 3.30 AM IST
March 24th 2022 – South Africa vs West Indies – Wellington – 3.30 AM IST
March 27th 2022 – South Africa vs India – Christchurch – 6.30 AM IST
February 27th 2022 – South Africa vs India – Rangiora – 1.30 AM IST
March 2nd 2022 – South Africa vs England – Lincoln – 1.30 AM IST
The Knockout stage is scheduled as follows:
March 30th 2022 – 1st Semi-Final – Wellington – 6.30 AM IST
March 31st 2022 – 2nd Semi-Final – Christchurch – 6.30 AM IST
April 3rd 2022 – Final – Christchurch – 6.30 AM IST
These 8 teams will lock horns from 4th of March to 3rd of April and will fight to win the World Cup across 31 matches.
The matches of the 2022 World Cup will be broadcasted Live on Star Sports Network and you can catch up the Live Streaming on Disney+ Hotstar.
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