IND vs SA T20 Series: South Africa led by Temba Babuma arrives in India

IND vs SA T20 Series – India vs South Africa Live: South Africa, led by Temba Babuma, has arrived in India for a five-match T20 series. The Proteas arrived in Delhi on Thursday morning with a full strength team. IPL players Quinton de Kock, David Miller and Kagiso Rabada and others are already in India: Follow India vs South Africa live updates on InsideSport.IN.

Tristan Stubbs will be the new man in the team. After an impressive domestic campaign, he was called up to the senior team for the first time. However, Stubbs will not be the first timer in India.

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IND vs SA T20 Series: South Africa led by Temba Bavuma arrives in India for 5 match T20 Series: Follow live updates of India vs SA Series

IND vs SA T20 Series: Temba Bavuma-led South Africa leaves for India for 5-match T20 series, Proteas want to stop Team India's progress - Watch Video
IND vs SA T20 Series: South Africa led by Temba Bavuma arrives in India for 5 match T20 Series: Follow live updates of India vs SA Series

He has already played in India, in IPL 2022, for Mumbai Indians. Although he failed to score 0 and 2 in two innings, he will be keen to make an impact in the five-match series.

For South Africa, the goal would be to prevent India from setting a new world record. India are currently on a winning streak of 12 matches in the T20. If India beat South Africa in the first T20, they will set a new world record.

“Of course we have the World Cup this year, so this T20 series against India would be good to start preparing for that. We will try to win, we will try to keep India off the world record of winning the most T20s in a row. ” Said Temba Bavuma.

IND vs SA T20 Series: South Africa led by Temba Bavuma leave for India for 5-match T20 series, Proteas want to stop Team India’s progress – Watch Video

Highlights of IND vs SA T20 Series:

  • Although Babuma has a clear plan to stop the Indian team, he will be helped like David Miller and Quinton de Kock.
  • Miller was fatal for the Gujarat Titans (GT) in the India Premier League (IPL) as he won the competition in the first round of questioning.
  • Miller scored 481 runs in IPL 2022 and it would be a big factor for the Proteas to stop Team India.
  • Quinton de Kock also showed his class in the shortest format as he too scored over 500 runs in the IPL and shot all the cylinders.

IND vs SA T20 Series: South Africa led by Temba Bavuma leave for India for 5-match T20 series, Proteas want to stop Team India’s progress – Watch Video

IND vs SA T20 Series: Temba Bavuma-led South Africa leaves for India for 5-match T20 series, Proteas want to stop Team India's progress - Watch Video

India wants dominance at home

  • India suffered a humiliating blow against South Africa in January, as the hosts in Africa had their swords in their hands.
  • The Proteas will now be ready to do the same thing as trying to beat the Indian team on home soil.
  • The Indian team led by KL Rahul lost 3-0 in the ODI series and was also the best in the Test series.
  • After winning the Delhi T20, South Africa will also want to give another blow to the hopes and aspirations of the home team.

South Africa squad for India series: Temba Bavuma (C), Quinton de Kock, Riza Hendrix, Heinrich Klaassen, Aiden Markram, David Miller, Lungi Ngidi, Enrich Nortje, Wayne Parnell, Dwayne Pretorius, Kagiso Rabada. And Marco Janssen

IND vs SA T20 Series: South Africa led by Temba Bavuma leave for India for 5-match T20 series, Proteas want to stop Team India’s progress – Watch Video

India tour of South Africa, 2022
Mr. No Day Date Match Venue
1 Thursday June 9th 1St. T20 Delhi
2 Sunday June 12th 2nd T20 Cuttack
3 Tuesday June 14th 3rd T20 Vizag
4 Friday June 17th 4M T20 Rajkot
5 Sunday June 19th 5M T20 Bangalore

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