ENG Vs SA 2022: Sophia Gardens, Cardiff Pitch Report And Weather Conditions

The T20I series between the England cricket team and the South African cricket team will continue tomorrow with the second T20I of the series. Both nations are among the top contenders to win the ICC T20 World Cup later this year in Australia. To finalize their combinations ahead of the mega event, the English team and the Proteas will fight it out at the Sophia Gardens in Cardiff tomorrow. Batters and bowlers will be equally be happy looking at Sophia Gardens pitch report.

There have been eight T20I matches on this ground before, and the average score while batting first in T20Is at Sophia Gardens is 142.

The pitch at this venue has traditionally assisted the batters and the fast bowlers. With some quality pacers present in both squads, fans should expect a cracker of a contest between the England cricket team and the South African cricket team.


Sophia Gardens, Cardiff pitch report for England vs South Africa 2022


As mentioned ahead, Cardiff has hosted eight T20Is so far. England cricket team has won all the eight games played at this venue, including one against the South African cricket team in 2017.

The highest score on this ground is 182/5, scored by England against Australia in 2015, while the highest successful run-chase is 175/3 by England against Pakistan in 2019. Last year, this venue hosted two T20Is, with England defeating Sri Lanka while batting second in both matches.

No batter has scored a T20I hundred in Cardiff to date. The highest individual score is 90 by Steve Smith. The best figures are 4/32 by Dane Paterson of South Africa.


Cardiff weather conditions for ENG vs SA 2022

There is a less than 10% chance of rainfall in Bristol tomorrow. The match will start at 6:30 PM Local Time (11:00 PM IST). Fans should expect a full 20-over-a-side contest between England and South Africa. The temperature will stay around 18 degrees Celsius.



Vinay Chhabria is a cricket and WWE enthusiast who supports Roman Reigns and Gujarat Titans. He has been following cricket for the last 15 years and WWE since 2016.

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