Head to Head between Pakistan and South Africa Women in ODI World Cup

Pakistan v South Africa: Head-to-Head in ODI World Cup

Match 9 of the 2022 ICC Women’s World Cup will be played between Pakistan and South Africa on March 11, 6:30 AM (IST) onwards.

 

Head to Head between Pakistan and South Africa Women in ODI World Cup
Head to Head between Pakistan and South Africa Women in ODI World Cup. PC: Getty Images

 

South Africa comes into the match after a win over Bangladesh in their opening match of the World Cup while Pakistan who has played 3 matches, is still in search of their 1st victory of the tournament.

To date, both the teams have played 24 ODI matches against each other with South Africa having an advantage over them. Out of the 24, 3 are World Cup matches, all dominated by the Momentum Proteas.

ODI Matches Played: 24 (3 in the World Cup)

South Africa: 18 (including all 3 World Cup matches)

Pakistan: 4

Tied: 1

No Result: 1

  1. 1997 Women’s World Cup (December 16):

Ally Kuylaars’ unbeaten 74 off just 63 deliveries guided South Africa to a good total of 258 for 7 which was followed by 3 wicket hauls for both Kerri Laing and Cindy Eksteen bowling out Pakistan 149 runs short of the target.

  1. 2013 Women’s World Cup (February 5):

An all-around performance for Marizanne Kapp with a brilliant knock of unbeaten 102 before taking a 3-wicket haul with the bowl, helped South Africa post 200+ total on board and crush Pakistan who managed just 81 runs on the board.

  1. 2017 Women’s World Cup (June 25):

Asking Pakistan to bat first, New Zealand restricted them to 206 for 8 wickets and later chased down the target easily with 1 over and 3 wickets to spare. Shabnim Ismail was adjudged as the player of the match for unbeaten 22 off 16 deliveries with the bat and 2/52 with the ball.

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