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England v South Africa: One Day International

Following their test series defeat, England will play host to South Africa in a series of late summer One-Day Internationals. The visit will see the teams go head to head at the SWALEC stadium, in Sophia Gardens, Cardiff.

The England v South Africa One-Day International will take place in Cardiff on Friday, August 24.

The Bank Holiday weekend will kick off in sporting style as fresh from the titanic Test Series against South Africa, England now face the Proteas in the first NatWest Series One-Day International at the SWALEC Stadium on Friday (10.15am start).

England and South Africa are currently ranked first and second in the ICC one-day rankings respectively so this series will see them hotly contest the world number one spot as South Africa battle to steal the series glory and take over at the top.

A warm Welsh welcome is guaranteed for Cricket in Cardiff, and the party atmosphere will be in full swing with a sell-out crowd expected at the SWALEC Stadium. The Fanzone and Food Village at the ground are sure to be popular with supporters providing a variety of catering and refreshments, plus giveaways and cricketing fun with professional coaches on hand to pass on tips and advice.

A limited number of tickets are still available – visit www.glamorgancricket.com
or call 02920 419 311


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