The tour is scheduled to kick off with a couple of T20Is, thus leading to a T20 warm-up tie © AFP
The tour is scheduled to kick off with a couple of T20Is, thus leading to a T20 warm-up tie © AFP

LIVE CRICKET SCORE: South Africans 100/2 | OVERS 12

BATSMEN: David Miller 19 (16), JP Duminy 17 (13)

That’s it, South Africa have chased down the target in just 12 Overs as they win the warm-up T20 tie by eight wickets. Openers, Quinton de Kock and AB de Villiers were the only men who retired for 35 and 25. It’s indeed a positive start to the tour for the South Africans and they would surely gain some positive spirit as they head into the main phase of the tour. Read the match report here


 

LIVE CRICKET SCORE: South Africans 56/0 | OVERS 6

BATSMEN: Quniton de Kock 34 (20), AB de Villiers 19 (16)

The South Africans are off to a decent and good start in the chase as they have just a mere 100 runs as a target to chase down. Opening batsmen in the form of Quinton de Kock and AB de Villiers are off to a decent start are ideally expected to chase it down in no time.


 

South Africans: Abbott 2-0-2-2, Rabada 3-0-10-1, Morris 1-0-10-0, Parnell 1-0-7-0, Duminy 2-0-16-1, Phangiso 3-0-19-2, Hendricks 1-0-9-0, Wiese-3-0-13-3, Leie 2-0-11-1.

BCB XI: Rony 1 (8), Anamul 3 (7), Imrul 29 (24), Shykat 5 (13), Shuvagata 18 (19), Mosaddek 0 (2), Mahmudul 5 (10), Gazi 13 (8), Abul 5 (9), Razzak 8 (6), Kamrul 1* (3).

LIVE CRICKET SCORE: BCB XI 99 | OVERS 18

BATSMEN: Kamrul Islam Rabbi 1 (3)

That’s it! BCB XI have been bowled out for mere 99 in 18 overs. Thus, South Africans would have a mild task at hand to chase down a paltry total of just 100 runs from 20 overs. David Weise’s three wicket haul was impressive, followed by Kyle Abbott and Aaron Phangiso’s two-wicket haul as well. Imrul Kayes was the highest scorer with 29 runs.

OUT! Mahmudul Hasan  lbw b Phangiso 5 (10), Abdur Razzak c Abbott b Weise 8 (6), Abul Hasan b Rabada 5 (9)


 

LIVE CRICKET SCORE: BCB XI 83/7 | OVERS 15

BATSMEN: Mahmudul Hasan 5 (9), Abul Hasan 0 (0)

The BCB XI batsmen seem to be having a hard time facing the South African bowlers as the South Africnas seem to be enjoying their game and moment on the field. Four more quick wickets and BCB XI have been totally oushed on the backfoot after 15 overs as they still haven’t yet touched the 100-run mark.

OUT! Imrul Kayes c Miller b Wiese 29 (24), Mosaddek Hossain b Leie 0 (2), Shuvagata Hom c du Plessis b Wiese 18 (19), Shohag Gazi c Rossouw b Duminy 13 (8)


 

LIVE CRICKET SCORE: BCB XI 53/3 | OVERS 10

BATSMEN: Imryul Kayes 28 (22), Shuvagata Hom 9 (10)

Shaky start by the BCB XI batsmen as they have lost three quick wickets in the form of openers, Rony Talukdar and Anamul Haque, followed by Shykat Ali. Imrul Kayes seems to be batting pretty well, while Shuvagata Hom, who has just come in too looks good to play a big innings.

OUT! Rony Talukdar b Abbott 1 (8), Anamul Haque b Abbott 3 (7), Shykat Ali b Phangiso 5 (13)


 

Hello and welcome to CricketCountry’s coverage of the BCB XI and the South African’s T20 tour game at the Khan Shaheb Osman Ali Stadium in Fatullah on Friday. The tour is scheduled to kick off with a couple of T20Is, thus leading to a T20 warm-up tie.

South Africa will tour Bangladesh in June-July this year to play a full series. The South Africans will play two Tests, three One-Day Internationals (ODIs) and two T2o Internationals (T2oIs) against the hosts.

The T2oIs will be played first. The first match of the series will be played on June 5, Sunday at the Shere Bangla National Stadium. On June 7, Tuesday both teams will meat once again to play the last T20I at the same venue.

Squads:

BCB XI: Rony Talukdar, Anamul Haque (wk), Imrul Kayes (c), Shykat Ali, Shuvagata Hom, Mahmudul Hasan, Abdur Razzak, Sohag Gazi, Al-Amin Hossain, Abul Hasan, Kamrul Islam Rabbi, Mosaddek Hossain.

South Africans: afdu Plessis (c), Quniton de Kock (wk), Riley Rossouw, AB de Villiers, JP Duminy, David Miller, David Wiese, Chris Morris, Kyle Abbott, Kagiso Rabada, Aaron Phangiso, Eddie Leie, Wayne Parnell, Beuran Hendricks