St George’s Park Gqeberha – Pitch Report

St George's Park Gqeberha

On Tuesday, South Africa will face India in the second T20I of the ongoing three-match series. The highly anticipated match will take place at St George’s Park Gqeberha. Now we have disscuss St George’s Park Gqeberha Pitch Report for India vs South Africa match.

The first match was abandoned due to continuous rainfall at Kingsmead in Durban. Consequently, this upcoming game offers both teams a significant chance to secure a victory and establish an unassailable lead in the series.

As both teams prepare for this exciting face-off, let’s examine how the pitch in Gqeberha is expected to behave throughout the contest.

St George’s Park Gqeberha Pitch Report

The wickets at St George’s Park initially favor the batters but tend to offer assistance to spin or seam bowlers as the game progresses. Historically, the team batting first has held an advantage over the chasing teams, with the average first innings score being 99. Here is full Pitch repor for St George’s Park Gqeberha. St George’s Park provides assistance to fast bowlers, offering pace, bounce, and carry in the surface. As a result, the toss doesn’t play as significant a role at this venue. This is reflected in the results, with the team batting first winning two out of three completed T20Is. In the context of SA20, the team batting second won three out of five games. While the toss might not be a decisive factor, considering it’s the start of the season, the fresh wicket might tempt captains to opt for batting first.

T20 stats and records at St George’s Park Gqeberha

  • Total matches: 8
  • Matches won batting first: 4
  • Matches won bowling first: 4
  • Average first Innings scores: 130
  • Average second Innings scores: 135
  • Highest total recorded: 179/6 (20 Overs) by South Africa vs New Zealand
  • Lowest total recorded: 146/10 (20 Overs) by New Zealand vs South Africa
  • Highest score chased: 125/4 (16.3 Overs) by Australia Women vs South Africa Women
  • Lowest score defended: 155/6 (20 Overs) by India Women vs Ireland Women
St Georges Park Gqeberha Pitch Report

St George’s Park Gqeberha Weather Report

The weather Report for Gqeberha indicates cloudy conditions with a high chance of rain showers, estimated at around 70% precipitation. Despite the expected disruptions, it is anticipated that the fixture will proceed. The temperature at the venue is projected to be around 21 degrees Celsius, with humidity levels at approximately 75%, and a wind speed of around 35 kmph. St George’s Park Gqeberha Weather Report

ODI Statistics

Total Match Played: 41
Batting First Won: 20

Batting Second Won: 21

Tie: 0
Avg. Score in 1st bat: 233

Highest Score: Pakistan 335/6

Lowest Score: New Zealand 112/10

Below Score 200: 8

Score between 200 and 249: 17

Score between 250 and 299: 12

Above Score 300: 4

T20I Statistics

Total Match Played: 3
Batting First Won: 2
Batting Second Won: 1
Tie: 0
Avg. Score in 1st bat: 132

Highest Score: South Africa 179/6

Lowest Score: South Africa 58/8

Below Score 150: 1

Score between 150 and 169: 1

Score between 170 and 189: 1

Above Score 190: 0

T20 Domestic

Total Match Played: 40
Batting First Won: 18
Batting Second Won: 21
Tie: 1
Avg. Score in 1st bat: 154

Highest Score: Sunrisers Eastern Cape 210/2

Lowest Score: Dolphins 82/9

Below Score 150: 14

Score between 150 and 169: 17

Score between 170 and 189: 7

Above Score 190: 2

IND vs SA T20I Head to Head Stats & Record

  • Matches: 24 India
  • Won: 13 South
  • Africa Won: 10
  • No Result: 1
  • India Won Batting First: 9
  • South Africa Won Batting First: 3
  • India Won Batting Second: 4
  • South Africa Won Batting Second: 7
  • India T20I record vs South Africa at Home: Matches – 12, Won – 5, Lost – 6, No Result- 1
  • India T20I record vs South Africa in South Africa: Matches – 7, Won – 5, Lost – 2
  • India T20I record vs South Africa in Neutral Venues: Matches – 5, Won – 3, Lost – 2
  • Highest T20I total for India vs South Africa: 237/3 Highest T20I total for South Africa vs India: 227/3

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