England will fly from the British Isles to the southern tip of the African continent for three T20s and the same number of ODIs to face South Africa behind closed doors from next month.
The White Ball Series begins with 3D20 matches on November 27, 29 and December 1, while the ODI series (ODIs) will continue on December 4, 6 and 9.
England are scheduled to play 3 T20 and 3 ODIs against South Africa
Newlands Stadium will host two ODIs and two T20I matches around the Western Cape on a limited overs series tour. Eurolax Poland Park in Bar will host the ODI and a T20 tournament.
S.A. for upcoming trips to England players and management. Following the government exemption, Cricket South Africa (CSA) set the green signal for the government to move forward with limited overs series.
Eoin Morgan’s team will depart from the English coast on November 16 on a charter flight from London. When they arrive in South Africa, the tour party will be in Cape Town.
Before T20, the team will train at the Western Provincial Cricket Club. As part of their hot matches for the series, England will play three in-house training matches – two T20s and one 50-over game.
“This is a fantastic stimulus for cricket,” commented CSA Executive Chief Executive Officer Kukandri Govendar.
“England’s current World Cup champions will be the biggest addition to both series and will give our own players every incentive to show off their best performances and challenge the recognized champions,” he added.
ECP CEO Tom Harrison said: “We are doing everything we can to advance international competition during these epidemics.”
“The series against Proteus will always be exciting and intense. We saw what was in South Africa earlier this year and this time we can expect it,” he said.