ODI World Cup 2023: England vs South Africa: All You Need to Know

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As the ODI World Cup 2023 continues, it will be England up against South Africa tomorrow at Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium.

Both teams are coming into this game having lost their previous games to Afghanistan and the Netherlands.

Talking about England, they lost to New Zealand by nine wickets in their opening fixture and then backed it up with a win against Bangladesh by 137 runs.

But, Afghanistan got the better of them as they were defeated by 69 runs in their recent encounter.

Meanwhile, the Proteas had an excellent start to their World Cup campaign as they defeated Sri Lanka by 102 runs and followed it up with a victory over Australia by 134 runs.

However, they lost to the Dutch by 38 runs which is quite shocking for them and Bavuma was left speechless.

Hence, both teams will try to win this game and ensure that they have a fighting chance for the semifinals.

Furthermore, fans will be quite eager to know the weather and pitch conditions of Wankhede Stadium for this game.

So, the weather in Mumbai is expected to remain cloudy and there is a 10 percent chance of rain.

But, the skies will clear up and it will be sunny when the game starts. The humidity level will be a bit on the higher side in the evening as well.

Meanwhile, the maximum temperature at the venue will be around 34 degrees Celsius in the afternoon.

ODI World Cup 2023: Wankhede Stadium is a paradise for batters; bowlers get hit for a lot of runs

Everyone knows that Wankhede Stadium is a batting paradise as batters enjoy playing their shots to the fullest.

Additionally, batting under the lights is a lot easier now as four of the last five games have been won by teams batting second.

Thus, this game is a great treat for fans as both sides have big hitters in their ranks and can expect plenty of runs to be scored.

Therefore, the skipper winning the toss tomorrow will look to bowl first and exploit whatever they can from the surface.

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