PTV Sports live streaming Bangladesh vs South Africa ICC WC 2019 match

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With uncertainty over the injuries of key players, Bangladesh will face South Africa in their first match at the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 on Sunday, June 2.

The match will be played at the Kennington Oval in London at 9:30 AM GMT, 11:30 AM SAST, 3:30 PM BST.

Bangladesh scored a mammoth score of 330 runs

TOSS: South Africa bowls first

Bangladesh XI: Mashrafe Mortaza, Tamim Iqbal, Soumya Sarkar, Mohammad Mithun, Mahmudullah, Mosaddek Hossain, Mohammad Saifuddin, Mehedi Hasan, Shakib Al Hasan, Mushfiqur Rahim (wk), and Mustafizur Rahman.

South Africa has played one match in this tournament and lost to England by 104 runs. Bangladesh, on the other hand, lost one of their warm-up matches to India while the other match against Pakistan was called off due to rain.

Cricket live streaming info

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SuperSport will broadcast SA vs BAN live in South Africa. Gazi TV (GTV) and Maasranga TV will telecast the match live in Bangladesh. SuperSport website and the app will provide live streaming of the match in South Africa. PTV Sports will telecast in Pakistan.

In Bangladesh, Rabbitholebd website and Rabbithole app will stream the match live at www.rabbitholebd.com. Star Sports 2 and Star Sports 1 Hindi will broadcast the match live in India while Hotstar will provide online streaming of the match in the Indian subcontinent at Hotstar.com here.

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Amla likely to miss the clash against Bangladesh

Hashim Amla suffered a concussion in the opening match against England and he is likely to miss this match. Aiden Markram will move up to open the innings while David Miller, who was surprisingly left out in the first match, might return to the mix. Dwaine Pretorius had a bad day with the ball in the opening match, which could force South Africa to bring in Chris Morris. Dale Steyn is also likely to sit out for this match, having not recovered properly yet.

Injuries keep the Tigers on the edge

Bangladesh has some injury concern within their line-up. Captain Mashrafe Mortaza had a niggle which could have sidelined him for the first match but he has been on record and stated that he will play. Tamim Iqbal suffered an injury in the practice a couple of days ago and Sabbir Rahman’s fitness can’t be confirmed yet. The decision on the availability of these players will be confirmed before the toss.

Considering that the pitch at the Oval got slower as the day progressed during the opening match between England and South Africa, no changes can be predicted yet. There will be some early swing for the seamers but batsmen who will stick will surely get some runs to their name. The weather is expected to be cloudy, giving the seamers another edge.

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