India vs South Africa: The series of 5 T20 matches between India and South Africa will be played from June 9. Many senior players of India have been rested in this series.
KL Rahul will captain the team instead of regular captain Rohit Sharma. Some new players have been given a chance in Team India. In such a situation, there will be pressure on India to win the series.
The first match of the series between the two teams will be played at the Arun Jaitley Stadium in Delhi. Team India's regular captain Rohit Sharma has been rested in this series.
In which Umran Malik and Arshdeep Singh are included. After almost four years, Dinesh Karthik has returned to the team.
Let us tell you on the basis of the statistics of T20 matches played between India and South Africa, which team is heavy on whom.
Talking about the T20 International matches played between India and South Africa, then Team India is heavy.
Till now 15 T20 matches have been played between the two countries. In which India has won 9 and South Africa has won 6 matches. During this, no match between the two countries was tied or undecided.
These figures show that South Africa's road ahead of India in the T20 series will not be easy.
So far 6 T20 series have been played between India and South Africa. Which includes a series from one match to 3 matches.
South Africa defeated Team India in the T20 series of 2011-12 and 2015-16.
During this, the T20 series played between the two countries in 2019-20 was a draw. The series of 5 T20 matches between India and South Africa will be played for the first time.
Talking about the highest total in a match between the two countries in T20, South Africa's team is ahead of India.
South Africa's team has scored more than 200 runs in T20 match against India twice.
In the match played in Johannesburg on 30 March 2012, South Africa scored 219 runs for 4 wickets.
On 2 October 2015, South Africa scored 200 runs for 3 wickets in Dharamsala.
India has so far crossed the 200-run mark against South Africa only once.
In the T20 match held in Johannesburg on 18 February 2018, Team India scored 203 runs for 5 wickets.