Pak vs SA Tests are going to kick off by 26th January. As international cricket has marked its comeback in the nation of cricket enthusiasts, the South Africa cricket team is already in Pakistan.
Pakistan is witnessing back-to-back bilateral series in the country and other than that, PSL 2020 was entirely held in Pakistan and the PCB plans to continue organizing the league here.
The fans can now see their superstars in their country. The South African stars, Faf Du Plessis, Dean Elgar, Kagiso Rabada, Lungi Ngidi, and many more will be cheering up the fans.
However, a few from both; Pakistan and South Africa, squads will entertain the masses with their performances along with their presence. Talking about Quinton De Kock, who started his test career back in 2014, is a classic player who has played 82 innings of 49 matches.
Pak vs SA Tests: Will Quinton De Kock complete his 3000 Test runs?
The wicket-keeping batsman is to reach the milestone of completing 3000 Test runs as he already has 2962 runs to his name. Averaging 38.46, De Kock has hit five centuries and twenty-one half-centuries.
Pak vs SA Tests are going to provide him an excellent opportunity to cross 3000 Test runs. In short, only the first inning of the first test can help him out as only 38 runs keep him away from the milestone.
South Africa tour of Pakistan January-February 2021:
1st Test: Date: 26th January, Day: Tuesday, Time: 10:00 AM, Venue: National Stadium Karachi
2nd Test: Date: 4th February, Day: Thursday, Time: 10:00 AM, Venue: Rawalpindi Cricket Stadium, Rawalpindi
1st T20I: Date: 11th February 2021, Day: Thursday, Time: 3:30 PM, Venue: Gadaffi Stadium, Lahore
2nd T20I: Date: 13th February 2021, Day: Saturday, Time: 3:30 PM, Venue: Gadaffi Stadium, Lahore
3rd T20I: Date: 14th February 2021, Day: Sunday, Time: 3:30 PM, Venue: Gadaffi Stadium, Lahore
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