ENG Vs SA 2022: Rose Bowl Cricket Ground, Southampton Pitch Report And Weather Conditions

Rose Bowl Cricket Ground will host the final T20I of the three-match series between the England cricket team and the South African cricket team. The first T20Is happened earlier this week, where both nations registered a win each. Fans should expect another high-scoring game in this series because the Rose Bowl Cricket Ground pitch report favors the batters.


Batters of the England cricket team and the South African cricket team have enjoyed themselves in this series. Two flat tracks were on offer in the first two T20Is, where heaps of runs were scored. Now, the same thing should happen in Southampton on July 31. Here are the details of the Rose Bowl Cricket Ground pitch report.

Rose Bowl Cricket Ground, Southampton pitch report for England vs South Africa 2022


Southampton has hosted 10 T20I matches so far, where the team batting first has won six matches. Interestingly, England have been a part of all the T20Is played at the Rose Bowl, and they have emerged victorious six times.

Nine years ago, Australian skipper Aaron Finch played a knock of 156 runs at this venue, which suggests that once a batter gets going, it is very hard to stop him in Southampton. The best bowling figures in T20Is at the Rose Bowl are 4/17, registered by fast bowler Dushmantha Chameera against the England cricket team last year.

Speaking of the highest successful run-chase in T20Is at this venue, it is 158/4 by Australia against England in 2020. The average score while batting first is 171.


Southampton weather conditions for ENG vs SA 2022

This match will start at 2:30 PM Local Time in Southampton on Sunday, July 31. Light rain is expected at the start of the match, but as the day progresses, the chance of rainfall reduces.

The skies will remain mostly cloudy throughout the course of this match. The temperature will hover around 24 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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