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South Africa announce exciting summer of cricket for the 2024-25 season

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Immediately after the Test matches conclude, attention will turn to white-ball cricket as South Africa square off against Pakistan in a three-match T20I series. As many ODIs will follow this in Paarl, Cape Town and Johannesburg.

The series will enter its final phase with the Boxing Day Test in Centurion, wrapping up the home summer with the New Year’s Test at Newlands.

CSA CEO, Pholetsi Moseki, expressed excitement over an exciting summer of cricket: “As we eagerly anticipate the 2024/25 home international season, it once again holds the promise of exhilarating encounters.

“As we open our doors to esteemed cricketing nations like Sri Lanka, Pakistan, and England, we not only showcase the talent and competitiveness of South African cricket but also celebrate the global appeal and camaraderie inherent in our beloved sport.

“These fixtures serve as a platform to not just compete, but to foster bonds between nations, uniting players and fans alike in the shared love for cricket,” he concluded.

Proteas Men’s fixtures:

Test Series v Sri Lanka
27 November – 01 December: Kingsmead Stadium, Durban
05 – 09 December – St George’s Park, Gqeberha

T20I Series v Pakistan
10 December: Kingsmead Stadium, Durban
13 December: SuperSport Park, Centurion
14 December: Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg

ODI Series v Pakistan
17 December: Boland Park, Paarl
19 December: Newlands Cricket Ground, Cape Town
22 December: Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg

Test Series v Pakistan
26 – 30 December: SuperSport Park, Centurion
03 – 07 January: Newlands Cricket Ground, Cape Town

Proteas Women’s fixtures:

T20I Series v England
24 November: Buffalo Park Cricket Stadium, East London
27 November: Willowmoore Park, Benoni
30 November: SuperSport Park, Centurion

ODI Series v England
04 December: Kimberley Oval, Kimberley
08 December: Kingsmead Stadium, Durban
11 December: JB Marks Oval, Potchefstroom

One-off Test v England
15-18 December: Mangaung Oval, Bloemfontein

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