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IND vs SA Prediction- Who Will Win Today’s Match Between India And South Africa, South Africa Tour of India 2022, 4th T20I

India vs South Africa (IND vs SA) 4th T20 Match Live Streaming: When and where to watch?

3rd T20I (N), Visakhapatnam, June 14, 2022, South Africa tour of India


India vs SA Live Streaming Details: India and South Africa will clash with each other in Rajkot for 4th T20I


Live Streaming of India Vs South Africa, 4th T20 Match: Under pressure, India skipper Rishabh Pant will be hoping to tide over his struggles with the bat and help the hosts improve their middle overs play when they take on South Africa in the fourth T20 International on Friday. Save Pant’s problems, India were able to plug the gaps in Vizag to open their account in the series with a comprehensive win. They will need another near-perfect game to take the five-match series into the decider.


Where will the 4th T20I between India vs South Africa be held?


The fourth T20I between India vs South Africa will take place at the Saurashtra Cricket Association Stadium in Rajkot.


What time will the India vs South Africa 4th T20I start?

The fourth T20I between India vs South Africa will start at 7:00 pm IST on Friday, June 17.


Which TV channels will broadcast India vs South Africa fourth T20I?


The fourth T20I between India vs South Africa will be broadcast on Star Sports channels – Star Sports 1, Star Sports 1 HD, Star Sports 3, and Star Sports 3 HD.


IND vs SA Prediction- Who Will Win Today’s Match Between India And South Africa, South Africa Tour of India 2022, 4th T20I. India and South Africa are set to square off with each other in the 4th T20I encounter of the ongoing series. IND vs SA 4th T20I takes place on June 17 (Friday).


The venue of the match is Saurashtra Cricket Stadium in Rajkot. South Africa is led by Temba Bavuma in IND vs SA T20I series while Rishabh Pant is the skipper of India. South Africa leads the five-match series 2-1 after winning the first two games. India won the 3rd T20I.


In IND vs SA 3rd T20I, South Africa won the toss and chose to bowl first. Indian openers Ruturaj Gaikwad and Ishan Kishan slammed fabulous knocks of 57 and 54 respectively, etching a 97-run opening stand. Later, Hardik Pandya hit 31 runs to take India to 179-5 in 20 overs.


South Africa openers Temba Bavuma and Reeza Hendricks hit 8 and 23 respectively. Later, Dwaine Pretorius scored 20 while Heinrich Klaasen scored 29. With Harshal Patel’s 4 wickets and Yuzvendra Chahal’s 3 scalps, India managed to bowl out South Africa for 131- winning the match by 48 runs.


IND vs SA Prediction- Who Will Win Today’s Match Between India And South Africa, South Africa Tour of India 2022, 4th T20I

IND vs SA Head-to-Head Records

Stats Matches IND Won SA Won NR

Overall 18 10 8 0

At Saurashtra Cricket Stadium, Rajkot 0 0 0 0

In the last 5 matches 5 2 3 0

In India 7 2 5 0

Recent Venue Records (Saurashtra Cricket Stadium, Rajkot)


Stats- T20Is

Total matches- 3

Matches won batting first- 1

Matches won bowling first- 2

Average 1st Inns scores- 183

Average 2nd Inns scores- 170

Highest total recorded- 202/4 (19.4 Ov) by IND vs AUS

Highest score chased- 202/4 (19.4 Ov) by IND vs AUS

Lowest score defended- 196/2 (20 Ov) by NZ vs IND


Toss Prediction for IND vs SA Match

The team winning the toss might opt to bowl first. In the last three games of the series, South Africa won the toss and opted to bowl in all the matches. They have also won 2 games which chasing. They might stick to the same strategy. India


Squads


India: Rishabh Pant (c & wk), Ruturaj Gaikwad, Ishan Kishan, Deepak Hooda, Shreyas Iyer,Dinesh Karthik, Hardik Pandya, Venkatesh Iyer, Yuzvendra Chahal, Axar Patel, Ravi Bishnoi, Bhuvneshwar Kumar, Harshal Patel, Avesh Khan, Arshdeep Singh, Umran Malik.


South Africa: Temba Bavuma(c), Reeza Hendricks, Dwaine Pretorius, Rassie van der Dussen, Heinrich Klaasen(w), David Miller, Wayne Parnell, Kagiso Rabada, Keshav Maharaj, Tabraiz Shamsi, Anrich Nortje, Tristan Stubbs, Lungi Ngidi, Marco Jansen, Quinton de Kock, Aiden Markram


India needed their players to step up and put in a big performance to stay alive in the five-match T20I series and Ruturaj Gaikwad, Ishan Kishan, Yuzvendra Chahal and Harshal Patel did just that. Gaikwad and Kishan shared 97 - India's highest opening stand against South Africa in T20Is, with each scoring half-centuries. Gaikwad posted a career-best 57 to set India up for a strong total before Chahal and Harshal took three wickets apiece to give India a comprehensive win.


South Africa's defeat was only their second in the last 15 T20Is and their first in the previous eight matches while chasing. They needed a strong start and someone to bat through, but were 38 for 2 in the powerplay and no-one scored more than Heinrich Klaasen's 29.


India's spinners applied significant pressure for the first time in the series, on the slowest surface so far. Chahal and Axar Patel gave away only 45 runs between them for seven wickets to give Rishabh Pant his first win as captain.


Five, four(s)…

India were off to a solid but unspectacular start until Anrich Nortje came on to bowl the fifth over and Gaikwad got hold of him. Nortje started in signature fashion - short - but also bowled it wide and Gaikwad only had to stand and cut to find the boundary. Nortje delivered the next ball on a length, and Gaikwad charged down and lofted him over mid-on, prompting Nortje to default back to the bouncer. His third ball came in viciously from outside off and took the grille of Gaikwad's helmet and raced to the third-man rope. Gaikwad was given the runs, but later taken away as leg-byes, even as he had to have a concussion test.


He was cleared to continue, and seemed just fine, as he flicked away Nortje's follow-up, a full ball, through midwicket. Nortje moved his line closer to the stumps for the fifth ball but Gaikwad made room and opened the face of the bat late to steer the ball to short third man. Tabraiz Shamsi was stationed there and although he would have had to make good ground to take the catch, he should have stopped the ball going through his hands and to the boundary. Gaikwad swung and missed the sixth ball as Nortje saved some face. Gaikwad went on to bring up his fifty off 30 balls.


Shamsi v Shreyas

Shreyas Iyer has yet to look entirely convincing in this series and scored his first runs in this innings with a top edge off Nortje that went for six. Shreyas was much more in control of his next runs, when he skipped down the track to launch Shamsi over mid-off. The spinner had already been hit for 23 runs in his first two overs and was not having as good a time as he would have liked to celebrate his 50th T20I. But he thought he had turned things around when three balls later, Shreyas was given out lbw as he tried to sweep. Shreyas reviewed immediately, with replays indicating that he had gloved the ball. Just when Shamsi may have thought his night wouldn't improve, Shreyas swept again, but didn't keep it down and Nortje timed his jump perfectly at square leg to take the catch.


Two drops and some damage

It's not like South Africa to put down chances and it's even less like Miller and Rassie van der Dussen but they were both guilty of mistakes. Miller's was the simpler of the two, when Hardilk Pandya, on 1, sliced Shamsi on the off side and he only had to hold on, but couldn't. van der Dussen's required running in from deep backward point when Pant, on 4, slashed at a wide Dwaine Pretorius delivery. He got to the ball but it popped out of his hands. van der Dussen's drop only cost two runs when, later in Pretorius' over, Pant again lofted the seamer over the offside. Bavuma ran back from mid-off to take the catch. Pandya's let-off was more costly. He went on to score 31 runs and help India take 41 off the last five, to push the total over 175.


Poor in the powerplay

Without Quinton de Kock and Aiden Markram, the spotlight was always going to shine brightly on South Africa's opening pair and their strike rates. Temba Bavuma and Reeza Hendricks' career strike-rates sit at 121.75 and 121.44 respectively and both struggled to get going against a classic Bhuvneshwar Kumar opening spell. He swung the ball both ways to deliver two overs for seven runs but was taken off by Pant, who has developed a habit of replacing bowlers who are applying pressure. Bhuvneshwar's squeeze worked - Bavuma was caught at mid-on as he tried to clear the in field off Axar. Hendricks edged Chahal, but the chance didn't carry to slip, before he swung at a Harshal slower ball and was caught at mid-off to end the powerplay on 38 for 2.


No middle-order hero this time

van der Dussen was dismissed for 1 when he was caught behind off a Chahal delivery that turned away from him as he tried to cut and two overs later Pretorius went in a similar way but it was only when Miller was done in by a slower ball from Harshal that South Africa's middle order was opened up for the first time in the series.


Wayne Parnell came in at No.7, with South Africa needing 109 runs from nine overs. He had Klaasen at the other end but Chahal had the final say. In his final over, Chahal tossed it up, inviting Klaasen to go big but he could only get the ball as far as Axar at extra cover, to all but end South Africa's chase in the 15th over. India proceeded to secure their biggest victory (in terms of runs) over South Africa in T20Is.

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