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“Nice bit of warm up before the WC against a quality side,” Twitter reacts as Australia is set to play 5 ODI and 3 T20Is against South Africa ahead of the 2023 ODI World Cup

Australia will tour to South Africa in September.

Fans on Twitter reacted after Australia is all set to play 5 ODI and 3 T20Is against South Africa ahead of the 2023 ODI World Cup. They were delighted with the development and said that it’s a nice bit of warm-up before the World Cup for them.

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Australia to play 5 ODI and 3 T20Is against South Africa ahead of the 2023 ODI World Cup

Australia will tour South Africa for the 5 ODI and 3 T20Is against South Africa in September to prepare themselves for the ODI World Cup 2023. It’ll be the first time since Australia will go to South Africa since the covid-19 pandemic.

The tour will kick start with a T20I series on August 30th followed by the second and third games to take place on the 1st and 3rd September respectively. The three games will be played in Durban.

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The focus will then shift towards the ODI series that will be played on 7th September whereas the second game is scheduled to take place on 9th September. The first two games will be played in Bloemfontein followed by the third game to take place in Potchefstroom in September 12th.

The fourth game will be played in Centurion on September 15th while the last match between South Africa and Australia will take place at Johannesburg on September 17th.

Here’s the full schedule of the Australia tour to South Africa: 

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August 30: First T20I, Durban

September 1: Second T20I, Durban

September 3: Third T20I, Durban

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September 7: First ODI, Bloemfontein

September 9: Second ODI, Bloemfontein

September 12: Third ODI, Potchefstroom

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September 15: Fourth ODI, Centurion

September 17: Fifth ODI, Johannesburg

Fans on Twitter react as Australia is set to play 5 ODI and 3 T20Is against South Africa ahead of the 2023 ODI World Cup

As Australia is set to play 5 ODI and 3 T20Is against South Africa ahead of the 2023 ODI World Cup, fans on Twitter reacted to it. They said that it’s a nice bit of warm-up before the World Cup for them. Here are some of the reactions:

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