South Africa will play the primary Test coordinate against Pakistan on Tuesday, January 26 in Karachi
Pakistan has just won a solitary Test arrangement against South Africa on home soil South Africa has beaten
Pakistan in five Test arrangement out of six that have been played between the two in South Africa
The South African cricket crew will play its first Test coordinate on Pakistani soil after just about 14 years. With energy and expectation on the ascent in Pakistan, the inquiry on everybody’s brains is, how has Pakistan fared against the Proteas in the past on its turf?
Past records matter a great deal in cricket, particularly with regards to accomplishing a mental edge over your adversary. South Africa, it appears, has that against Pakistan, as it has fared obviously better than the South East Asian group in both home and away arrangement.
South Africa has won more Test arrangement than Pakistan with regards to both home and away arrangement. The Proteas have won two of the last five Test arrangement between the nations (in 1997 and 2007) which occurred in Pakistan.
The green shirts were simply ready to win one Test arrangement in 2003 against South Africa, which was held in Pakistan. The last two Test arrangement played between the countries (in 2010 and 2013) were won by South Africa. Both arrangement were played in the UAE, attributable to security concerns.
With regards to Pakistan’s presentation against the Proteas as guests, it deteriorates. As indicated by true records, Pakistan and South Africa have played six Test arrangement since 1995 against one another in South Africa, with Pakistan losing them all put something aside for one of every 1998, which finished in a 1-1 draw.
All things considered, Pakistan still can’t seem to win a Test arrangement against South Africa.
Pakistan has ‘battling possibility’ against South Africa: Misbah
Pakistan Head Coach Misbah ul Haq had said on Sunday that already South Africa was a solid side with top quality batsmen who were awesome against turn bowlers and were upheld by a similarly solid bowling line up.
The Pakistan mentor had said it probably won’t be a similar case this time and that Pakistan will have a favorable position as the greater part of the players have been playing in conditions like the home ground.
“South Africa had a decent measure of solidarity previously. They had nice spinners and afterward batsmen who could play against a turn assault well however this is somewhat an alternate South African side and we anticipate improve our record against them. We will attempt to misuse their shortcomings. This is the ideal opportunity for us to play great cricket against them,” Misbah had said.
“The host group consistently has the edge because of home conditions; we likewise have an edge in light of the fact that our players have been playing homegrown cricket here in Karachi. Along these lines, they know how things will be. Along these lines, we have a decent chance against South Africa to progress admirably and win the arrangement,” the 46-year-old had added.