CSA announces tour itineraries
Cricket South Africa (CSA) and the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) today announced the international fixtures for the Proteas tour of England from May to August 2017.
CSA also announced the international fixtures for the Proteas tour to New Zealand in February and March 2017. The itineraries for the additional tour matches for both tours will be announced later.
The New Zealand tour will consist of three Test matches, five ODIs and one T20 International match.
On the tour to England, the Proteas will play three ODIs in May. This will be followed by the ICC Champions Trophy Tournament, also to be played in Britain, in the first half of June.
The Proteas will then play three T20 International matches against England in the second half of June followed by the four-match Test series in July and August.
NZ TOUR ITINERARY
Fri 17 Feb T20I Eden Park, Auckland
Sun 19 Feb 1st ODI Seddon Park, Hamilton
Wed 22 Feb 2nd ODI Hagley Oval, Christchurch
Sat 25 Feb 3rd ODI Westpac, Wellington
Wed 01 Mar 4th ODI McLean Park, Napier
Sat 04 Mar 5th ODI Eden Park, Auckland
Wed 08 – Sun 12 Mar 1st Test University Oval, Dunedin
Thur 16 – Mon 20 Mar 2nd Test Basin Reserve, Wellington
Sat 25 – Wed 29 Mar 3rd Test Seddon Park, Hamilton
ENGLAND TOUR ITINERARY
Wed 24 May 1st ODI (D/N) Headingley
Sat 27 May 2nd ODI Ageas Bowl
Mon 29 May 3rd ODI Lord’s
Thu 1 – Mon 19 June ICC Champions Trophy
Wed 21 June 1st IT20 Ageas Bowl
Fri 23 June 2nd IT20 The Cooper Associates County Ground, Taunton
Sun 25 June 3rd IT20 SSE SWALEC, Cardiff
Thu 6-Mon 10 July 1st Test Lord’s
Fri 14-Tue 18 July 2nd Test Trent Bridge
Thu 27-Mon 31 July 3rd Test Kia Oval
Fri 4-Tue 8 Aug 4th Test Emirates Old Trafford
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