South Africa vs England T20 Cricket World Cup: Star Sports live streaming info, highlights

March 29, 2014 / No Comments

England face South Africa tonight at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium in Chittagong in what is the 26th match of the ICC World T20 2014.

sa vs Eng T20 WC toss South Africa vs England T20 Cricket World Cup: Star Sports live streaming info, highlights

Their do-or-die match against South Africa begins at 13:30 GMT/7:00 pm Indian time.

It is a crucial match for both the teams as the loser of this match will have lesser chances of making it through to the Semi Finals.

South Africa had an indifferent start to the tournament losing against Sri Lanka, and then clinching close wins over New Zealand and Netherlands.

The toss and squads will be updated here shortly. Follow the Eng vs SA live scores here.

A win against England tonight will seal them a spot in the Semi-Finals. The other Semi Finalist from Group 1 will be the winner of the New Zealand-Sri Lanka match on the March 31.

England on the other hand need two more wins in as many matches for a semi-final berth.

The match can be watched live on SuperSport ABC in South Africa and on SKY Sports in the U.K.

Star Sports will be broadcasting the match live in India and other countries in Asia. The match can also be watched online as well on Star Sports website hereĀ .

The weather conditions look quite good for cricket. Looks like there would not be much dew as well much to the relief of the spinners. The surface at Chittagong should be ideal for batting and a total of 180 could be par.

South Africa will be led by AB de Villiers as Faf du Plessis has been suspended from playing this match because of poor over-rate against Netherlands. Farhaan Behardien is expected to fill in for Faf du Plessis.

Also Wayne Parnell rejoined the team following a short trip to India for a court hearing. Parnell is likely to replace Beuran Hendricks. There is also a possibility of a comeback to Morne Morkel in the place of Lonwabo Tsotsobe.

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England are likely to retain the same team although Stuart Broad has a slight niggle with his knee.