The second SA vs WI ODI will be played at Buffalo Park in East London on March 16. After South Africa won the Test series 2-0, they now take on West Indies in a three-match OSI series with ODI Super League points for ICC World Cup 2023 qualification up for grabs.
The first ODI was abandoned without a ball being bowled due to rain. The Proteas have a huge task on their hands amid injury concerns with several of their key players missing. Ahead of the second ODI, Wiaan Mulder and Keshav Maharaj have been withdrawn because of a side strain and a torn Achilles.
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Wayne Parnell coming in as Mulder’s replacement is down with illness but managed to train on Wednesday. Marco Jansen and Tabraiz Shamsi have been added to the squad. Sisanda Magala has split the webbing on his bowling hand. Andile Phehlukwayo is battling lower back spasms. Kagiso Rabada, Anrich Nortje, and Aiden Markram have been rested for the tour. David Miller will be available for the final ODI.
Unlike their opponents, there are no injury concerns with West Indies with all of their players reportedly fit. South Africa will be led by Temba Bavuma while West Indies have a new ODI captain in Shai Hope after Nicholas Pooran stepped down as the Windies’ white-ball captain post the T20 World Cup 2022. West Indies are placed eighth in the Super League rankings with 88 points followed by South Africa with 78 points.
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South Africa needs to win this series followed by the Netherlands series at home for direct qualification for the ODI World Cup later this year. CSA has also asked its primary players to be available for all these matches. They have also confirmed to the BCCI that their players will be available for IPL 2023 from April 3. Like South Africa, this is a must-win ODI series for the Caribbean as well with the Proteas and the Lankans placed below them.
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When will the SA vs WI 2nd ODI match begin?
The SA vs WI 2nd ODI match will begin at 4.30 pm (IST) which is 1 pm local on March 18, Saturday.
Where will the SA vs WI 2nd ODI match take place?
The SA vs WI 2nd ODI match will be played at Buffalo Park In East London.
How to watch the SA vs WI 2nd ODI match live on television?
Star Sports Network has purchased the rights to telecast SA vs WI ODI series live in India. So, Star Sports-1 will be broadcasting the SA vs WI ODI series.
How to live stream the SA vs WI 2nd ODI match?
SA vs WI ODI series will be live-streamed on the FanCode app and website.
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