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South Africa canceled its Pakistan tour citing workload, new schedule to be released later | South Africa canceled its Pakistan tour citing workload, new schedule to be released later

South Africa was to go to Pakistan to play after the tour of India next month.
India and South Africa will play a 3-match ODI series from March 12 to 18.

Dainik BhaskarFeb 14, 2020, 07:45 PM IST Sports Desk. South Africa has at present canceled the proposed tour of Pakistan. The new schedule will be released later with the consent of both cricket boards. ESPN Criinfo gave this information on Friday. The South Africa Cricket Board (CSA) said that the team is to visit India in March. In such a situation, the workload of the players is not much. Therefore, it has been decided not to go to Pakistan at the moment. South Africa have to play a three-match ODI series against India from March 12 to 18. Just after that, he was to go to Pakistan to play a 3-match T20 series.

South Africa are currently playing the T20 series against England. Prior to this, he has also played four Test and three ODI series. Australia has to host it right after that. There will be a series of 3 ODIs and T20 matches between the two countries. Its last match will be played on 7 March. 5 days later, he is scheduled to play the first match of the 3-match ODI series against India at Dharamshala. In such a situation, the players have less than a week to rest. This will increase the workload on the players as well as increase their chances of getting injured.

South Africa played 21 international matches since June 2 last year
South Africa has played a total of 21 international matches from June 2 (World Cup) to February 12, 2020 last year. It has played 11 ODIs, 3 T20s and seven Tests.

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