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Thatscricket - News - India to play just two side games in South Africa tour

Published: Tuesday, August 28, 2001, 23:03 [IST]
 
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Mumbai: The Indian team will play just two side games (three-dayers) apart from three Test matches during their two-month tour of South Africa starting on October 1.[an error occurred while processing this directive]The Indians will play a three-day game against President's XI at Kimberley from October 27-31 before the first Test at Bloemfontein (November 3-7) and against South Africa A at East London from November 10 to 13, according to Indian Board (BCCI) sources on Saturday.The visitors will play other two Test matches at Port Elizabeth (November 16-20) and Centurion Park (November 24-28). The Indians will kick-off their campaign with a One-day match against Nicky Oppenheimer XI at Randjedfontein on October 1 and triangular series, with Kenya as the third team will start on October 5 with a day-night match between India and South Africa at Johannesburg, sources added.PTI

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