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How South Africa Cricket Team will qualify for the upcoming ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 India

Cricinfo reported that South Africa has announced its full strength for crucial ODIs against Netherlands. They need to win the two ODIs to give themselves the best chance of qualifying directly for the World Cup in India.

The ICC Cricket World Cup is one of the most prestigious events in international cricket, and the upcoming 2023 tournament will be hosted by India. As the event draws near, teams from around the world are competing to secure their spots in the tournament. The South African cricket team is one of those teams, and they will be looking to qualify for the World Cup in India.

Here’s a look at the South African cricket team’s road to the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 India and what they need to do to qualify for the tournament.

  1. Perform Well in the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Super League

The ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Super League is the current pathway for teams to qualify for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 India. The top seven teams in the Super League standings, along with the hosts India, will qualify for the World Cup directly. The remaining two teams will come through the World Cup Qualifier.

South Africa has played 10 matches in the Super League so far, winning four and losing six. They currently sit in seventh place in the standings with 20 points, tied with the West Indies, who have played 13 matches.

For South Africa to qualify directly for the World Cup, they need to perform well in the remaining Super League matches and secure more points. They will face tough competition from other teams, including Australia, Pakistan, and the West Indies, who are also in contention for the remaining spots.

  1. Improve Their Batting Performance

One of the areas where South Africa needs to improve is their batting performance. They have struggled in recent matches, failing to post competitive totals and losing wickets at regular intervals.

South Africa has a talented batting line-up with experienced players like Quinton de Kock, Faf du Plessis, and Temba Bavuma. These players need to perform consistently and provide the team with a strong foundation in the remaining Super League matches.

  1. Focus on Consistency

Consistency is key in cricket, and South Africa needs to focus on performing consistently in the remaining Super League matches. They have shown flashes of brilliance in some matches but have also suffered some disappointing losses.

To qualify for the World Cup, South Africa needs to be consistent and win crucial matches. They have the talent and experience to do so, but they need to perform consistently as a team.

  1. Address Their Bowling Concerns

South Africa’s bowling attack has been their strength in recent years, but they have struggled in some Super League matches. Their bowlers need to address their concerns and perform well in the remaining matches.

South Africa has some quality bowlers like Kagiso Rabada, Lungi Ngidi, and Anrich Nortje, who can trouble any opposition. These bowlers need to perform consistently and take wickets at crucial moments in the remaining Super League matches.

In conclusion, South Africa has a good chance of qualifying for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 India, but they need to perform well in the remaining Super League matches. They need to focus on consistency, address their batting and bowling concerns, and win crucial matches to secure their spot in the World Cup. I

Super Smash 2020-21 Live Streaming TV Channels Guide

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Super Smash Live Streaming 2020-21

Super smash 2019-20 was previously live telecast and broadcast by all major live streaming TV Channels around the globe. Here are the list of the cricket live streaming Channels that might live telecast and broadcast live streaming of KFC Dream11 Super smash live streaming 2020-21 this year.

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As for now, the following are the official channels simulcasting Dream11 Super Smash 2019/20:

Super Smash 2021-21 Teams

The 2020-21 Super Smash is scheduled to be held from December 24, 2020, to February 13, 2019, at nine venues, which includes – Hamilton, Dunedin, Auckland, Mount Maunganui, Wellington, New Plymouth, Alexandra, Christchurch, and Napier.

  • Auckland Aces
  • Canterbury Kings
  • Central Stags
  • Northern Knights
  • Otago Volts
  • Wellington Firebirds

Super Smash T20 Cup 2021-21 Format

Total 30 groups matches will be played in Super Smash T20 Cup 2020-21. Top three teams out total 6 teams will be qualify for playoffs. The tournament consists of a double round-robin, with the top three teams qualifying for the playoffs.

SUPER SMASH T20 Cup 2019-20 Live Streaming Online- how to Watch

Date: December 24, 2020
Match: Wellington vs Auckland, 1st T20
Venue: Basin Reserve, Wellington
Time: 6:10 AM IST, 12:40 AM GMT, 01:40 PM LOCAL

How South Africa Cricket Team will qualify for the upcoming ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 India

Cricinfo reported that South Africa has announced its full strength for crucial ODIs against Netherlands. They need to win the two ODIs to give themselves the best chance of qualifying directly for the World Cup in India.

The ICC Cricket World Cup is one of the most prestigious events in international cricket, and the upcoming 2023 tournament will be hosted by India. As the event draws near, teams from around the world are competing to secure their spots in the tournament. The South African cricket team is one of those teams, and they will be looking to qualify for the World Cup in India.

Here’s a look at the South African cricket team’s road to the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 India and what they need to do to qualify for the tournament.

  1. Perform Well in the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Super League

The ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Super League is the current pathway for teams to qualify for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 India. The top seven teams in the Super League standings, along with the hosts India, will qualify for the World Cup directly. The remaining two teams will come through the World Cup Qualifier.

South Africa has played 10 matches in the Super League so far, winning four and losing six. They currently sit in seventh place in the standings with 20 points, tied with the West Indies, who have played 13 matches.

For South Africa to qualify directly for the World Cup, they need to perform well in the remaining Super League matches and secure more points. They will face tough competition from other teams, including Australia, Pakistan, and the West Indies, who are also in contention for the remaining spots.

  1. Improve Their Batting Performance

One of the areas where South Africa needs to improve is their batting performance. They have struggled in recent matches, failing to post competitive totals and losing wickets at regular intervals.

South Africa has a talented batting line-up with experienced players like Quinton de Kock, Faf du Plessis, and Temba Bavuma. These players need to perform consistently and provide the team with a strong foundation in the remaining Super League matches.

  1. Focus on Consistency

Consistency is key in cricket, and South Africa needs to focus on performing consistently in the remaining Super League matches. They have shown flashes of brilliance in some matches but have also suffered some disappointing losses.

To qualify for the World Cup, South Africa needs to be consistent and win crucial matches. They have the talent and experience to do so, but they need to perform consistently as a team.

  1. Address Their Bowling Concerns

South Africa’s bowling attack has been their strength in recent years, but they have struggled in some Super League matches. Their bowlers need to address their concerns and perform well in the remaining matches.

South Africa has some quality bowlers like Kagiso Rabada, Lungi Ngidi, and Anrich Nortje, who can trouble any opposition. These bowlers need to perform consistently and take wickets at crucial moments in the remaining Super League matches.

In conclusion, South Africa has a good chance of qualifying for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 India, but they need to perform well in the remaining Super League matches. They need to focus on consistency, address their batting and bowling concerns, and win crucial matches to secure their spot in the World Cup. I

Date: December 27, 2020
Match: Central Districts vs Wellington, 2nd T20
Venue: McLean Park, Napier
Time: 11:40 AM IST, 06:10 AM GMT, 07:10 PM LOCAL

Date: December 28, 2020
Match: Otago vs Auckland, 3rd T20
Venue: Molyneux Park, Alexandra
Time: 8:30 AM IST, 03:00 AM GMT, 04:00 PM LOCAL

Date: December 29, 2020
Match: Otago vs Canterbury, 4th T20
Venue: Molyneux Park, Alexandra
Time: 8:30 AM IST, 03:00 AM GMT, 04:00 PM LOCAL

Date: December 30, 2020
Match: Central Districts vs Northern Knights, 5th T20
Venue: Pukekura Park, New Plymouth
Time: 6:10 AM IST, 12:40 AM GMT, 01:40 PM LOCAL

Date: December 31, 2020
Match: Central Districts vs Auckland, 6th T20
Venue: Pukekura Park, New Plymouth
Time: 6:10 AM IST, 12:40 AM GMT, 01:40 PM LOCAL

Date: January 01, 2021
Match: Northern Knights vs Wellington, 7th T20
Venue: Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui
Time: 11:40 AM IST, 06:10 AM GMT, 07:10 PM LOCAL

Date: January 02, 2021
Match: Northern Knights vs Otago, 8th T20
Venue: Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui
Time: 11:40 AM IST, 06:10 AM GMT, 07:10 PM LOCAL

Date: January 03, 2021
Match: Auckland vs Canterbury, 9th T20
Venue: Eden Park Outer Oval, Auckland
Time: 7:30 AM IST, 02:00 AM GMT, 03:00 PM LOCAL

Date: January 04, 2021
Match: Northern Knights vs Central Districts, 10th T20
Venue: Seddon Park, Hamilton
Time: 11:30 AM IST, 06:00 AM GMT, 07:00 PM LOCAL

Date: January 08, 2021
Match: Otago vs Central Districts, 11th T20
Venue: University Oval, Dunedin
Time: 7:40 AM IST, 02:10 AM GMT, 03:10 PM LOCAL

Date: January 09, 2021
Match: Wellington vs Northern Knights, 12th T20
Venue: Basin Reserve, Wellington
Time: 7:40 AM IST, 02:10 AM GMT, 03:10 PM LOCAL

Date: January 10, 2021
Match: Canterbury vs Central Districts, 13th T20
Venue: Hagley Oval, Christchurch
Time: 11:40 AM IST, 06:10 AM GMT, 07:10 PM LOCAL

Date: January 11, 2021
Match: Canterbury vs Auckland, 14th T20
Venue: Hagley Oval, Christchurch
Time: Time: 11:40 AM IST, 06:10 AM GMT, 07:10 PM LOCAL

Date: January 14, 2021
Match: Otago vs Wellington, 15th T20
Venue: University Oval, Dunedin
Time: 7:40 AM IST, 02:10 AM GMT, 03:10 PM LOCAL

Date: January 15, 2021
Match: Canterbury vs Northern Knights, 16th T20
Venue: Hagley Oval, Christchurch
Time: 7:50 AM IST, 02:20 AM GMT, 03:20 PM LOCAL

Date: January 16, 2021
Match: Canterbury vs Wellington, 17th T20
Venue: Hagley Oval, Christchurch
Time: 3:40 AM IST, 10:10 PM GMT, 11:10 AM LOCAL

Date: January 17, 2021
Match: Auckland vs Northern Knights, 18th T20
Venue: Eden Park Outer Oval, Auckland
Time: 7:40 AM IST, 02:10 AM GMT, 03:10 PM LOCAL

Date: January 18, 2021
Match: Central Districts vs Otago, 19th T20
Venue: Pukekura Park, New Plymouth
Time: 8:30 AM IST, 03:00 AM GMT, 04:00 PM LOCAL

Date: January 21, 2021
Match: Northern Knights vs Canterbury, 20th T20
Venue: Seddon Park, Hamilton
Time: 11:30 AM IST, 06:00 AM GMT, 07:00 PM LOCAL

Date: January 23, 2021
Match: Auckland vs Central Districts, 21st T20
Venue: Eden Park Outer Oval, Auckland
Time: 7:40 AM IST, 02:10 AM GMT, 03:10 PM LOCAL

Date: January 24, 2021
Match: Wellington vs Otago, 22nd T20
Venue: Basin Reserve, Wellington
Time: 07:10 AM IST, 01:40 AM GMT, 02:40 PM LOCAL

Date: January 25, 2021
Match: Wellington vs Canterbury, 23rd T20
Venue: Basin Reserve, Wellington
Time: 7:40 AM IST, 02:10 AM GMT, 03:10 PM LOCAL

Date: January 29, 2021
Match: Northern Knights vs Auckland, 24th T20
Venue: Seddon Park, Hamilton
Time: 7:50 AM IST, 02:20 AM GMT, 03:20 PM LOCAL

Date: January 30, 2021
Match: Canterbury vs Otago, 25th T20
Venue: Hagley Oval, Christchurch
Time:  11:40 AM IST, 06:10 AM GMT, 07:10 PM LOCAL

Date: January 31, 2021
Match: Wellington vs Central Districts, 26th T20
Venue: Basin Reserve, Wellington
Time: 7:10 AM IST, 01:40 AM GMT, 02:40 PM LOCAL

Date: February 01, 2021
Match: Auckland vs Otago, 27th T20
Venue: Eden Park Outer Oval, Auckland
Time: 4:10 AM IST, 10:40 PM GMT, 11:40 AM LOCAL

Date: February 05, 2021
Match: Central Districts vs Canterbury, 28th T20
Venue: McLean Park, Napier
Time:  11:40 AM IST, 06:10 AM GMT, 07:10 PM LOCAL

Date: February 06, 2021
Match: Otago vs Northern Knights, 29th T20
Venue: University Oval, Dunedin
Time: 7:40 AM IST, 02:10 AM GMT, 03:10 PM LOCAL

Date: February 07, 2021
Match: Auckland vs Wellington, 30th T20
Venue: Eden Park Outer Oval, Auckland
Time: 4:10 AM IST, 10:40 PM GMT, 11:40 AM LOCAL

Date: February 11, 2021
Match: TBC vs TBC, Elimination Final
Venue: TBC, TBC
Time: 5:30 AM IST, 12:00 AM GMT, 05:30 AM LOCAL

Date: February 13, 2021
Match: TBC vs TBC, Final
Venue: TBC, TBC
Time: 5:30 AM IST, 12:00 AM GMT, 05:30 AM LOCAL

Auckland Aces Squad: Graeme Beghin, Jamie Brown, Robbie O’Donnell, Mark Chapman, Louis Delport, Danru Ferns, Ben Horne, Ben Lister, Matt McEwan, Colin Munro, Will O’Donnell, Glenn Phillips, Ollie Pringle, Sean Solia, Will Somerville, Ross ter Braak, Lockie Ferguson, Martin Guptill, Kyle Jamieson

Canterbury Kings Squad: Todd Astle, Chad Bowes, Cole McConchie, Jack Boyle, Leo Carter, Sean Davey, Cam Fletcher, Andrew Hazeldine, Tyler Lortan, Ken McClure, Daryl Mitchell, Ed Nuttall, Fraser Sheat, Henry Shipley, Theo van Woerkom, Will Williams, Matt Henry, Tom Latham, Henry Nicholls

Central Stags Squad: Doug Bracewell, Tom Bruce, Brad Schmulian, Josh Clarkson, Dane Cleaver, Greg Hay, Jayden Lennox, Christian Leopard, Adam Milne, Seth Rance, Ben Smith, Blair Tickner, Ray Toole, Ben WheeleR, Bayley Wiggins, George Worker, Ajaz Patel, Ross Taylor, Will Young

Northern Knights Squad: James Baker, Peter Bocock, Dean Brownlie, Zak Gibson, Joe Carter, Katene Clarke, Henry Cooper, Anton Devcich, Matthew Fisher, Brett Hampton, Scott Kuggeleijn, Brett Randell, Jeet Raval, Tim Seifert, Anurag Verma, Joe Walker, Trent Boult, Colin de Grandhomme, Mitchell Santner, Ish Sodhi, Tim Southee, Neil Wagner, BJ Watling, Kane Williamson

Otago Volts Squads: Matt Bacon, Neil Broom, Max Chu, Jarrod McKay, Jacob Duffy, Josh Finnie, Dean Foxcroft, Camden Hawkins, Anaru Kitchen, Nick Kelly, Dale PhillipS, Hamish Rutherford, Mitch RenwicK, Michael Rippon, Michael Rae, Nathan Smith

Wellington Firebirds Squads: Finn Allen, Hamish Bennett, Lauchie Johns, Jakob Bhula, Michael Bracewell, Fraser Colson, Andrew Fletcher, Jamie Gibson, Troy Johnson, Iain McPeake, Ollie Newton, Rachin Ravindra, Ben Sears, Michael Snedden, Logan van Beek, Peter Younghusband, Tom Blundell, Devon Conway, Jimmy Neesham

SUPER SMASH 2020-21 POINTS TABLE

Here are the scheme how super smash 2020-21 points table will be updated and how teams will be given points.

  1. Winning Team 4 points
  2. No Result Match 2 point each team
  3. Losing team 0 points

Points Table (PLD – Played Matches, PTS – Points ) Click to watch details.

Super Smash 2020-21 Points Table

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