Pakistan tour of South Africa 2013
Pakistan tour of South Africa 2013 will Schedule to begin on Friday, February 1, 2013 in South Africa as per cricket schedule announced. Pakistan tour of South Africa consist of two Twenty20 Internationals (T20s), three Test matches and five One Day Internationals (ODIs). South Africa announced their summer schedule of January–March in which they replaced their traditional Boxing Day Test with a T20 for the 2012–13 home season, during which they will host New Zealand and Pakistan.
The Officials of ICC had announced schedule of Pakistan tour of South Africa 2013 cricket series. The beauty of this series is that three main formats are playing during this series. In Pakistan tour of South Africa 2013 bilateral series, first Test match would be between South Africa vs Pakistan on February 1st, 2013 at 10:30 local time to be played at The Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg.
After few days this tournament is going to start and hopefully through this series cricket lovers enjoy some marvelous live action. We try to update you with every aspect of this series so keep in touch with this page to find Pakistan vs South Africa 2013 schedule and time table of Pak vs SA matches.
Pakistan’s former coach, Richard Pybus, is keenly waiting for the upcoming series between South Africa and Pakistan and believes that the Green Shirts are going to pose a threat for the home team’s batting line-up. The three-match Test series begins from February 1, 2013, at Johannesburg, which will be followed by a couple of T20s and five One Day Internationals (ODIs).
South Africa are presently the number one ranked Test team of the world, having the services of some extra-ordinary cricketers in all departments of the game. Graeme Smith and company will surely start the Test series as clear favourites. However, the hosts will make a huge mistake if they underestimate the Green Shirts, who have been playing consistently well over the last couple of years. Since their disastrous tour of England in 2010, Pakistan have lost just one Test series, that too by a narrow margin of 0-1 in Sri Lanka last year.