Bangladesh will visit South Africa for three One-Day Internationals (ODIs) and two Test Matches, with the limited-overs leg taking place first. Bangladesh has had a difficult time touring South Africa in the past. It has never won an ODI against South Africa in South Africa, and it has a dismal overall record against them.

However, this is a poorer South African squad than many others in recent years, and Bangladesh seems to be on the rise, with some very potential bowlers emerging. The cricket betting firms are giving South Africa relatively low odds to win. That is to be anticipated, but we believe it opens the door to some excellent betting chances.

South Africa vs Bangladesh 1st ODI 2022 match prediction and cricket betting tips. On March 18th, 2022, the match will take held at SuperSport Park in Centurion.


SOUTH AFRICA is a country in Southern Africa.
South Africa will play this ODI series at full strength, with all of their IPL players expected to depart until once the series is over. This is a significant lift for the side, which has only won three of 10 ODI Super League matches thus far.

South Africa also won the preceding ODI series against India, giving the team a big boost in confidence.

Quinton de Kock and Janneman Malan will lead the batting line, followed by Temba Bavuma, Aiden Markram, and Rassie van der Dussen. That means David Miller at 6 and Andile Phehlukwayo at 7 might both play.

In home circumstances, this is a good hitting order. Quinton de Kock is the obvious option for the To Batsman South Africa betting market. He matches up well against Bangladesh’s large quantity of left-arm bowlers, and he also bowls effectively against spinners.

You might also choose the Most Fours and Most Sixes betting market as a way to make money without taking on too much risk.

South Africa’s bowling attack will most likely be led by Kagiso Rabada, Tabraiz Shamsi, and Lungi Ngidi, with backup from Phehlukwayo and another all-rounder (Pretorius or Jansen) in the starting eleven.

This is a really formidable squad that will be difficult to defeat.

Bangladesh has never had a time in its cricketing history when the squad was regularly dominating or even competitive in foreign circumstances. Bangladesh’s success stems from its ability to create difficult circumstances at home and then flourish in them more than visiting teams.

There’s nothing wrong with that, but the notion that Bangladesh would turn things around and begin to win in South Africa strikes us as odd. There are some reasons to be optimistic.

Bangladesh’s bowling attack is better than it has ever been because to the rise of Shoriful Islam, the return of Taskin Ahmed, and the revival of Mustafizur Rahman. Shakib Al Hasan and Mehidy Hasan Miraz, for example, provide balance to the side with their all-round abilities.

Bangladesh possesses at least 6-7 reliable bowling options and a batting order that extends to number eight on paper. That is excellent, but it still faces the difficulty of winning under unfavourable circumstances.

Litton Das and Shakib Al Hasan will have to score runs regularly at the top of the order for Bangladesh to win, while Mahmudullah, Afif Hossain, and Yasir Ali will provide the power in the lower order.

Our appraisal of Bangladesh’s One-Day International squad is straightforward. This is a promising squad, but we’ve been burned before by Bangladesh teams who seemed to be just as powerful. Take it slowly and carefully.


The side that wins the toss will choose to bat first. The chasing teams have won four of the last six matches at the site.


There is no chance of rain on match day, therefore there should be no delays. SuperSport Park’s surface is supposed to be flat and ideal for batting. There is some speed and bounce on offer, but nothing that should worry the batsmen too much.

In terms of average score, traditionally, teams have struggled to defend, hence batting first, teams will be aiming for a score of approximately 260-270.

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