WI vs SA live stream: When and where to watch South Africa tour of West Indies live in India? 2nd T20I, 2024

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Second T20I WI vs SA to be played in Jamaica on Saturday, May 25. The match finally starts at 12.30 am IST which It is 2 pm local time on May 26 according to IST.

West Indies won the first T20I on Thursday by 28 runs. The victory was established thanks to captain Brandon King’s 79 points in 45 balls. feeding the Windies at 175/8. Kyle Mayers (34) and Roston Chase (32) also made crucial contributions.

Gudakesh Motie and Matthew Forde picked up three wickets with the ball to bowl out the Proteas for just 147 victorious the match by 28 runs. By the way, they lead the series 1-0.

South Africa WHO rest some of their veteran players for the series fair He didn’t show up with the bat. Reeza Hendricks (87 off 51) was the only one who looked comfortable with the bat. Quinton de Kock scored only four while Stand-in captain Rassie van der Dussen scored 17.

Many of his batters from both teams were dismissed for single-digit scores. Six Windie batters scored in single figures while three South African batsmen. Four of their hitters They got fired for ducks in hunting.

Both teams have two more games left in the series. South Africa need to win both the next two games to win the series. For the hosts, one more win will ensure them a series victory. Thus he the series is very well prepared at the moment with The home team looks confident.

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WI vs SA live streaming in India will be available on Sony Sports Network.

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Conclusion

This It is the last and final T20I series for both teams before the T20 World Cup. West Indies lead it at the moment and South Africa has a chance to draw in the second T20I.

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