Cricket is a sport that’s hard to miss. Nowhere is this more true than in South Africa, where the teams can be found at any hour of the day and night. And of course, it doesn’t hurt that the country is home to one of the most prestigious teams in all of the international cricket: the Proteas.
The South African national team competes with other countries around the world in order to maintain its spot as one of only ten Test Match-playing nations. The latest challenge comes from none other than England, who has traveled all this way just for a chance to take on our own beloved Proteas.
Luckily for spectators looking for some international rivalry and high-stakes competition, this match promises to be one you won’t want to miss!
Cricket is a sport with an enormous global following. The first one-day international took place on January 5, 1971. The One Day International (ODI) is the second most popular form of cricket after Test Cricket. These matches are played over 50 overs in one day and are used as a way to make up for the lost time when there isn’t enough time for a five-day test series due to scheduling issues.
England will be hosting South Africa in the ODI series on February 1, 2023, at 11:00 am UTC. There will be 6 ODIs taking place over 6 days in total, with each team playing three games each and having just two days off between fixtures.
If you’re interested in watching the game, it’s a good idea to be aware of the time difference. The game starts at 11:00 am on February 1st in South Africa (which is 8:00 pm EST on January 31st) and will take place at 2:30 pm GMT in England (which is 10:30 am EST). You’ll also need to have a paid ESPN+ account.
NAME: South Africa vs England
DATE: February 1, 2023.
TIME:11:00:00 AM UTC
VENUE: De Beers Stadium.