If you want to see all of your team’s victories and losses, you should be ready to travel a lot. As an internationally acclaimed game, cricket is also widely popular in Africa. Moreover, the English national cricket team starts a large cricket tour in South Africa, so don’t miss your opportunity to witness the South Africa v England series in 2019-20, which will consist of four Test Matches, three ODIs, and three T20s. To witness the South Africa v England series in 2019-20, which will consist of four Test Matches, three ODIs, and three T20s. Here are the latest cricket tours in Africa!
To see England do battle against South Africa at some of the world’s most iconic grounds, you should visit the South Africa Republic during the last week of December 2019. During this period, the first Test Cricket match will take place between English and South African teams in SuperSports Park, Centurion. Do not miss the chance to witness this cricket match or check it at the Stumped.App resource.
Between the games, a dedicated cricket fan can always find some to see in South Africa. Cape Vineyards and Live Safari are an obvious choice. You can also spend New Year’s Eve in Johannesburg or Cape Town with your family and friends. Many tourist companies offer you a vast array of different activities to choose from. As for the pricing, most offers start from 2,500 USD.
Speaking about Cape Town and Johannesburg, dedicated fans of One Day International format definitely must attend three ODI matches that will take place on 4th February in Cape Town, on 7th February in Durban and on 9th February in Johannesburg. All of these cities have a lot to offer to travelers. And again, most tour companies offer you a flexible schedule, allowing you to combine cricket matches with high-quality leisure.
If you are more of a T20 format fan, you should definitely visit South Africa’s super stadia off your list in this two-week tour taking in all three ODIs and all three T20 matches. This tour gives you the opportunity to mix a whistle-stop tour of each of the host cities – Cape Town, Durban, Jo’burg, East London & Centurion. Between the matched, do not forget to witness breathtaking sights of South African nature, including beaches, safari and a Cape of Good Hope itself.
One way or another, the English national team will stay in South Africa for almost two months, starting from mid-December right till the middle of February. If you manage to stay for the entire period, you will be able to attend the matches of all 3 formats: Test matches start in December, followed by ODIs at the end of January and T20s in mid-February. Centurion, Port Elizabeth, Cape Town, and Johannesburg will host the events, featuring some of the iconic grounds in the world of cricket.
Speaking about the predictions, the South African cricket team has some great names on the team. For example, Kagiso Rabada, who plays as a bowler for the South African team, has been recently named the best young player in the world. In general, the South African team successfully combines youth and experience, featuring some of the veterans together with young players. For example, Faf du Plessis, the captain of the South African team, and Imran Tahir both have lots of experience to share with younger players, such as Aiden Makran and the aforementioned Kagiso Rabada.
Considering the pauses between the games, you can always visit other cities within the South African Republic, or even travel to other countries while waiting for cricket matches! As for the possible destination, you should consider Madagascar, for an outstanding tourist experience.
In conclusion, tour across South Africa is definitely going to be one of the most exciting experiences dedicated to cricket that fans can get this year. And, as was mentioned before, you can always combine cricket matches with a vast array of tourist activities.