The live streaming of Pakistan vs South Africa 2017 ICC Champions Trophy is available on the page. The live cricket score and commentary updates will also be available for today’s match of the big cricketing tournament being played in England.
Result: Pakistan Won By 19 Runs (DLS) as Rain Delayed Play
Pakistan vs South Africa Live Streaming
After a humiliating defeat at the hands of India, Pakistan is still keeping its hopes to make itself a place in the semifinal round. Pakistani team is going to take on the stronger rival, South Africa, in the second group match of the Champions Trophy today.
RSA beat Sri Lanka in every department in the last game and now, it can ensure its place in the semifinals with a win over Pakistan. Catch the live action as the game starts at 6 pm. Hotstar will deliver the PAK vs SA live streaming in HD for free.
ICC Champions Trophy 2017 Live Streaming
Following is a list of tv channels to watch Pakistan vs South Africa online. They will telecast/broadcast as the match starts.
- Australia: Channel 9, FoxSports
- Afghanistan: Lemar TV, StarSports India
- Bangladesh: GTV, Star Sports India
- India: DD National (Only India matches), STAR Sports 1, STAR Sports HD 1, STAR Sports 2, STAR Sports HD 2, STAR Sports 3, STAR Sports HD 3
- New Zealand: Sky Sports, SkySports NZ
- United Kingdom: ITV 1 & 4, SkySports
- USA: ESPN3, Willow TV
- Sri Lanka: SLRC Channel Eye, StarSports India
- Pakistan: PTV Sports live streaming, Ten Sports, Star Sports India
- Caribbean, South America, Central America: ESPN
- RSA: SuperSports
- Middle East: OSN Sports
- Canada: SportsNet, WillowTV
- Pacific Islands, Papua New Guinea: Fiji TV, SKY Pacific
- Singapore: Star Cricket Starhub & Singtel
- Hong Kong: Star Cricket – PCCW
- Netherlands: Fox Sports
- Wales, Scotland and Republic of Ireland: Sky Sports 2
- Rest of the World: Hotstar
Pakistan vs South Africa Prediction
Pakistani team should win looking at the trends.
Pak vs SA Playing XI
Pakistan: Sarfraz Ahmed*, Ahmed Shehzad, Azhar Ali, Babar Azam, Fahim Ashraf, Fakhar Zaman, Haris Sohail, Hasan Ali, Imad Wasim, Junaid Khan, Mohammad Amir, Mohammad Hafeez, Rumman Raees, Shadab Khan, Shoaib Malik
South Africa: AB de Villiers*, HM Amla, F Behardien, Q de Kock†, JP Duminy, F du Plessis, Imran Tahir, KA Maharaj, DA Miller, M Morkel, CH Morris, WD Parnell, AL Phehlukwayo, D Pretorius, K Rabada