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India vs South Africa 2nd T20I: Toss Prediction, Match Prediction, Average Score and More

Here is a stat-packed article for all the cricket fans who want to get an edge over others before the first ball is bowled.

Abhishek Sandikar Author

Updated - 11 June 2022 3:51 pm

After a high-scoring game in Delhi, both teams arrived in Cuttack for the second match of the five-game T20I series. The Indians had a dream start with Ishan Kishan smashing a quick-fire 76 in 48 balls. Along with Kishan, Shreyas Iyer also scored valuable 36 as the duo added 80 runs in 40 balls.  

But towards the end, it was Hardik Pandya’s late-game cameo that took India to a massive total. But the South Africans literally stole away the game as David Miller and Rassie van der Dussen stitched an incredible 132-run partnership to chase 212 comfortably. 

  1. Toss Prediction

As India has only won 1 toss in their last 5 T20Is, South Africa holds a better chance of winning the toss in Cuttack.

  1. Win Probability

The Men in Blue have a higher win probability in this fixture as they have a better overall head-to-head record. The two teams have played each 16 times and India has won on nine occasions. With a higher win percentage and home conditions advantage, the Indians are the favorite to win this game and open their account in the series. 

  1. Team of the Day

The Team of the Day is India as they have flamboyant group of players who are eager to showcase their skill on the international stage.

  1.  Powerplay Score

42.5 has been the average powerplay score at this venue in T20Is. As both teams have high-scoring top-orders though and have stars who can dominate the less number of fielders outside the circle. So India and South Africa should be able to score over 45 runs in the powerplay.

  1. Average Score

The average first innings score in the only two T20Is is 137.5. But the scores from these two games have been extremes as the first T20 match played saw India scoring 180 while in the second match against South Africa India only managed to put up 95 runs. Hence, the score in the 150-170s could be a match-winning total. 


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