South Africa vs Australia 1st ODI: When and Where to Watch Live Streaming and Telecast 2023

South Africa vs Australia 1st ODI When and Where to Watch Live Streaming and Telecast 2023

South Africa vs Australia 1st ODI Match Preview, Details, Live Streaming, and ODI Squad

In the wake of Australia’s resounding 3-0 triumph over South Africa in the T20I series, the cricketing world now eagerly anticipates the upcoming ODI series, poised to offer a more evenly balanced showdown. South Africa is set to host this five-game one-day international contest.

While South Africa’s performance in the T20I series against Australia may not have been spectacular, the silver lining for the team lies in the return of some illustrious names. The likes of Quinton de Kock, David Miller, Kagiso Rabada, Heinrich Klaasen, and Anrich Nortje are set to grace the ODI series once again.

The reintegration of Rabada and Nortje into the squad is particularly noteworthy, promising a substantial boost to the bowling department. South Africa’s bowling unit struggled in the T20I matches, conceding far too many runs.

While Ngidi typically proves to be a reliable bowler in ODI fixtures with an economy rate of 5.73, his performance in the T20I encounters left much to be desired, culminating in a disappointing tally of 0/108.

The omission of Williams from the ODI lineup comes as a surprise, considering his commendable performance in the T20Is, where he managed to secure figures of 4/85. Nevertheless, with the inclusion of Rabada and Nortje, South Africa’s bowling unit is poised to regain its vigor.


South Africa vs Australia Live Telecast:

The first ODI match between Australia and South Africa will be played at Mangaung Oval, Bloemfontein at 3:30 PM IST. The live streaming will be available on SuperSport App.

In Australia, the 1st ODI Match between South Africa and Australia will be live streamed on Foxtel App and Kayo Sports. The live telecast will be available on Fox Sports.


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Mitchell Marsh, who exhibited excellent captaincy during the T20I series and showcased his batting prowess with a remarkable 186 runs, will continue to lead the Australian side in the upcoming ODI matches. Although Pat Cummins typically assumes the role of ODI captain, he is presently recuperating from an injury and will be rested, gearing up for the impending World Cup.

Australia’s squad has witnessed the absence of several prominent names, including Smith, Starc, and Maxwell, all sidelined due to injuries. However, the return of Warner, Hazlewood, Labuschagne, and Green bolsters the lineup.

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While Inglis remains part of the squad as a wicketkeeper-batsman, Carey is slated to be the preferred choice for this pivotal role. Notably, from the T20I series, only Turner, Short, and David will be conspicuous by their absence.

Although Australia heavily relied on Marsh’s batting prowess, it was heartening to witness Head’s substantial contribution with an impressive 115 runs. The anticipation is that Marsh and Head will continue to anchor the batting lineup.

However, there is a collective hope to witness Warner and Green deliver standout performances. Both players had relatively modest outings in the Ashes series, yet Warner boasts a stellar ODI record with a 45.00 average, and Green has demonstrated his mettle in only 12 innings with a commendable 50.33 average.


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