England vs South Africa 1st T20 Live Streaming & TV Channels – SA vs Eng Live Scorecard 2022

Eng vs SA Live Streaming

The 1st T20 match of the ongoing series between England vs South Africa is scheduled on 27th August 2022 at Bristol. You can watch Eng vs SA 1st T20 Live Streaming @ Sky Sports. Cricket lovers from Pakistan and India can enjoy England vs South Africa 1st T20I Live @ Star Sports.

England vs South Africa 1st T20 Time, Date & Venue

  • Match: 1st T20 (T20 International)
  • Event: South Africa Tour of England 2022
  • Teams: England vs South Africa 2022
  • Time: 13:00 Local – 17:00 PST
  • Date: 27 July 2022
  • Venue: Bristol

England vs South Africa 1st T20 Live Streaming

Worldwide Sports Channels will broadcast England vs South Africa 1st T20I Live Telecast in their predefined territories. Above all, Sky Sports is the official telecasting channel of this game in the UK and other European Countries. Moreover, the channel will also provide Sky Sports Live Streaming during Eng vs SA 1st T20 match. The list of channels providing Eng vs SA Live is mentioned below.

  • PTV Sports Live
  • Willow TV Live
  • Ten Sports Live
  • Star Sports Live

Cricket fans without TV or Cable Network services can also watch England vs South Africa 1st ODI Live Streaming via different Sports Streaming Websites. Hotstar is probably the most reliable platform to enjoy Eng vs SA 1st T20I Live Streaming on Android devices and iPhones. Besides, visit ESPNcricinfo to get Live Cricket Scores and Live Match Updates.

  • Crictime
  • Smartcric
  • CricHD
  • Webcric

South Africa vs England 1st T20I Match Preview

England is ready to take on hardcore South Africa in the 1st T20I match on 27th July 2022 at Bristol. It will be a nail-biting competition as both teams will try to put their extreme efforts to kick start their T20 series campaign on victorious notes.

However, T20 matches are always unexpected. One good inning or a good over is enough to draw the line between Loser and the Winner. No doubt, the emerging teams of this match are loaded with experienced T20 players. Hence, it will be a battle of nerves.

Both the teams have come into this fixture after ending the ODI series on 1-1. Proteas performed impressively during the 1st ODI game as they won that match by a great margin. However, the English side retaliates back stronger and won the 2nd game, whereas the 3rd ODI was cancelled due to bad weather.

Eng vs SA 1st Today Match Prediction 

South Africa Will Win This Match

It’s never easy to predict a winner in T20 format. This shorter form of cricket turns 360* in no time. Having said that, South Africa is still a hot contender to win the upcoming 1st T20 match against England. The prediction is made on previous head-to-head record of both sides.

England is a tough T20 team as their overall playing squad consists of hard hitters and wicket-taking bowlers. However, Proteas outshines them due to their World’s Best Spin attack. Unfortunately, the English side highly relies on their main batting unit.

Bristol Pitch Conditions

The playing conditions at Bristol indicate that it will be Batters Day, and cricket lovers will see a lot of fours and sixes during this game Pacers will have to remain strict with their line and length to avoid big scores, especially during power play overs.

However, the pitch could turn in the favor of the spinner after a few overs. Perhaps, both sides contain a Quality Spin Attack, so it could be possible to witness a quick fall of wickets during the middle overs. According to a cricket analyst, any total above 170-runs is easily defendable on this surface.

England vs South Africa Team Squad

England T20 Squad (possible): Jos Buttler (captain), Moeen Ali, Jonathan Bairstow, Harry Brook, Sam Curran, Richard Gleeson, Chris Jordan, Liam Livingstone, Dawid Malan, Adil Rashid, Jason Roy, Phil Salt, Reece Topley, David Willey.

South Africa T20 Squad (possible): Temba Bavuma (captain), Keshav Maharaj, Quinton de Kock (wk), Bjorn Fortuin, Reeza Hendricks, Heinrich Klaasen, Aiden Markram, David Miller, Wiaan Mulder, Lungi Ngidi, Anrich Nortje, Dwaine Pretorius, Kagiso Rabada, Tabraiz Shamsi, Rassie van der Dussen, George Linde, Andile Phehlukwayo and Lizaad Williams.