SA20 2024 Schedule, Team Squads, Live Broadcast

SA T20 2024 ScheduleSA T20 2024 schedule fixtures, teams, live streaming and telecast Info are placed here. The second edition of the SA T20 will be played from January 10 till February 10 2024 as Sunrisers Eastern Cape look to defend their title from the previous season.

SA20 2024 Schedule

The second season of this South African T20 competition will kick-start on January 10 and will go on for one month till February 10, 2024. One match will be played on each of the days except four, on which two matches will be hosted.

Defending champions Sunrisers Eastern Cape will kick-start this season with the opening match against Joburg Super Kings. The SA T20 2024 schedule for this competition can be found below.

Date Time SA20 2024 Fixtures Venue
Wednesday, January 10 5.30 pm  Sunrisers Eastern Cape v Joburg Super Kings St George’s Park
Thursday, January 11 5.30 pm  Durban Super Kings v MI Cape Town Kingsmead
Friday, January 12 3.30 pm  Paarl Royals v Pretoria Capitals Boland Park
Saturday, January 13 1.30 pm  Joburg Super Kings v MI Cape Town Wanderers
Saturday, January 13 5.30 pm Sunrisers Eastern Cape v Durban Super Giants St George’s Park
Sunday, January 14 3.30 pm  Pretoria Capitals v Paarl Royals Centurion
Monday, January 15 5.30 pm  Durban Super Giants v Joburg Super Kings Kingsmead
Tuesday, January 16 5.30 pm  MI Cape Town v Sunrisers Eastern Cape Newlands
Wednesday, January 17 5.30 pm  Paarl Royals v Joburg Super Kings Boland Park
Thursday, January 18 5.30 pm  Pretoria Capitals v Durban Super Giants Centurion
Friday, January 19 5.30 pm  MI Cape Town v Paarl Royals Newlands
Saturday, January 20 1.30 pm  Durban Super Giants v Sunrisers Eastern Cape Kingsmead
Saturday, January 20 5.30 pm Joburg Super Kings v Pretoria Capitals Wanderers
Sunday, January 21 3.30 pm  Paarl Royals v MI Cape Town Boland Park
Monday, January 22 5.30 pm  Sunrisers Eastern Cape v Pretoria Capitals St George’s Park
Tuesday, January 23 5.30 pm  MI Cape Town v Durban Super Giants Newlands
Wednesday, January 24 5.30 pm  Joburg Super Kings v Paarl Royals Wanderers
Thursday, January 25 5.30 pm  Pretoria Capitals v Sunrisers Eastern Cape Centurion
Friday, January 26 5.30 pm  Paarl Royals v Durban Super Giants Boland Park
Saturday, January 27 1.30 pm  Sunrisers Eastern Cape v MI Cape Town St George’s Park
Saturday, January 27 5.30 pm Pretoria Capitals v Joburg Super Kings Centurion
Sunday, January 28 3.30 pm  Durban Super Giants v Paarl Royals Kingsmead
Monday, January 29 5.30 pm  MI Cape Town v Joburg Super Kings Newlands
Tuesday, January 30 5.30 pm  Durban Super Giants v Pretoria Capitals Kingsmead
Wednesday, January 31 5.30 pm  Joburg Super Kings v Sunrisers Eastern Cape Wanderers
Thursday, February 1 5.30 pm  Pretoria Capitals v MI Cape Town Centurion
Friday, February 2 5.30 pm  Paarl Royals v Sunrisers Eastern Cape Boland Park
Saturday, February 3 1.30 pm  MI Cape Town v Pretoria Capitals Newlands
Saturday, February 3 5.30 pm Joburg Super Kings v Durban Super Giants Wanderers
Sunday, February 4 3.30 pm  Sunrisers Eastern Cape v Paarl Royals St George’s Park
Tuesday, February 6 5.30 pm  Qualifier 1 – first v second TBC
Wednesday, February 7 5.30 pm  Eliminator – third v fourth TBC
Thursday, February 8 5.30 pm  Qualifier 2 – Loser of Qualifier 1 v Winner or Eliminator TBC
Saturday, February 10 4.30 pm  Final TBC

SA20 Teams Squad 2024

Keshav Maharaj will lead Durban’s Super Giants, while Faf du Plessis will be the captain of the Joburg Super Kings. MI Cape Town will be captained by Rashid Khan this season while David Miller will be the skipper at the Paarl Royals. Pretoria Capitals and Sunrisers Eastern Cape will have Ethan Bosch and Aiden Markram being their captains respectively. The complete SA20 players list for all teams is placed below.

Durban Super Giants: Keshav Maharaj (c), Quinton de Kock, Prenelan Subrayen, Kyle Mayers, Naveen-ul-Haq, Bhanuka Rajapaksa, Reece Topley, Jon-Jon Smuts, Dwaine Pretorius, Keemo Paul, Kyle Abbott (withdrawn, replaced by Tony de Zorzi), Heinrich Klaassen, Wiaan Mulder, Noor Ahmad, Matthew Breetzke, Junior Dala, Bryce Parsons, Jason Smith, Nicholas Pooran

Joburg Super Kings: Faf du Plessis (c), Gerald Coetzee, Moeen Ali, David Wiese, Sam Cook, Zahir Khan, Leus du Plooy, Reeza Hendricks, Lizaad Williams, Nandre Burger, Donovan Ferreira, Aaron Phangiso, Sibonelo Makhanya, Kyle Simmonds, Wayne Madsen, Romario Shepherd, Dayyaan Galiem, Ronan Herrmann, Imran Tahir

MI Cape Town: Kieron Pollard (c) (replacement for Rashid Khan), Kagiso Rabada, Dewald Brevis, Sam Curran, Liam Livingstone, Rashid Khan, Tom Banton, Rassie van der Dussen, Delano Potgieter, Ryan Rickelton, George Linde, Beuran Hendricks, Duan Jansen, Olly Stone, Grant Roelofsen, Jofra Archer (withdrawn, replaced by Nuwan Thushara), Chris Benjamin, Nealan van Heerden, Thomas Kaber, Connor Esterhuizen

Paarl Royals: David Miller (c), Jos Buttler, Obed McCoy, Tabraiz Shamsi, Lunge Ngidi, Jason Roy, Andile Phehlukwayo, Dane Vilas, Bjorn Fortuin, Mitchell van Buuren, Wihan Lubbe, Codi Yusuf, Evan Jones, Fabian Allen, Ferisco Adams, John Turner, Kwena Maphaka, Lhuan-Dre Pretorius, Lorcan Tucker

Pretoria Capitals: Wayne Parnell (c), Migael Pretorius, Anrich Nortje, Jimmy Neesham, Rilee Rossouw, Colin Ingram, Senuran Muthusamy, Theunis de Bruyn, Adil Rashid, Will Jacks, Eathan Bosch, Shane Dadswell, Corbin Bosch, Daryn Dupavillon, Kyle Verreynne, Matthew Boast, Paul Stirling, Phil Salt, Steve Stolk

Sunrisers Eastern Cape: Aiden Markram (c), Ottniel Bartman, Dawid Malan, Liam Dawson, Marco Jansen, Tristan Stubbs, Sisanda Magala, Brydon Carse, Temba Bavuma, Sarel Erwee, Jordan Hermann, Aya Gqamane, Adam Rossington, Tom Abell, Craig Overton, Caleb Seleka, Beyers Swanepoel, Andile Simelane, Simon Harmer

SA T20 Format

Each of the six teams will face off against the other five sides in the tournament on a home-and-away basis in a round-robin format. That will make it 30 matches during the league stage of the competition. The top four sides at the end of this league stage of the SA T20 will then make the playoffs.

The playoffs were a direct knock-out last season but from this year, there will be an extra match involved during that stage. This will allow the teams ranked first and second an extra chance to compete.

In the first Qualifier, the teams ranked first and second will face off to decide one of the finalists. Teams ranked third and fourth will play each other in an Eliminator with the winner of this encounter taking on the loser of the first Qualifier in what will constitute the second Qualifier.

The winner of the second Qualifier will make the final too. These four matches will be played on February 6, 7, 8 and 10. The full squad and schedule of Betway SA20 2024 are placed above.

SA T20 2024 Venues

The second season of this competition will be hosted across six venues much like the previous edition. These six grounds include:

  • Newlands Cricket Ground, Cape Town
  • Centurion Park, Centurion
  • Kingsmead Cricket Ground, Durban
  • St George’s Park Cricket Ground, Gqeberha
  • Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg
  • Boland Park, Paarl

SA20 2024 Broadcast Live TV Channels

Country TV Channels Live Streaming App
South Africa SuperSport (Channel 201 – Grandstand) SuperSport App
India Sports18 Network (Sports18 1, Sports18 1 HD, Sports18 2) JioCinema App
UK Sky Sports (Sky Sports Cricket) Sky Sports App
Pakistan A Sports Ary Zap Application
USA Willow TV N/A
Australia Fox N/A
UAE Etisalat N/A

As of January 2023, Betway SA20 and Sky Sports have a five-year contract to broadcast the T20 cricket league.

Have there been previous T20 tournaments played in South Africa?

Before the inception of the SA T20, there were multiple attempts made to bring in a franchise-based T20 competition to South Africa but there were a lot of struggles around it. Just before this, there was a Mzansi Super League that was played between 2018 and 2019 before it was cancelled.

The South African cricket board had tried to kick-start the T20 Global League as well but had been unsuccessful in doing that.

Previous Winners of the SA T20

2022-23: Sunrisers Eastern Cape

What happened at the 2022-23 SA T20?

Pretoria Capitals topped the points table in the first edition of the SA T20 with 32 points from their 10 matches, having won seven matches. Four of those matches were won with a bonus point too.

Joburg Super Kings finished second with 27 points while Sunrisers Eastern Cape, Paarl Royals and Durban’s Super Giants were all at 19 points. Eastern Cape and Royals qualified for the semifinals because of a super Net Run-Rate.

In the semis, Pretoria Capitals registered a 29-run win over Paarl Royals while Sunrisers Eastern Cape defeated Joburg Super Kings by 14 runs to set up the finals clash. And after bowling Pretoria Capitals for 135, the Eastern Cape chased down the total in 16.2 overs to lift the trophy.

Jos Buttler topped the batting charts with 391 runs while Roelof van der Merwe and Anrich Nortje bagged 20 wickets apiece in the first edition of the tournament.

Vijay Roy

A former six-time gully cricket man-of-the-tournament in his local competitions, Vijay took to writing about the game when he realised the IPL scouts weren't going to add his name to the auctions. He now helps fellow cricket fans with all the latest in the world of cricket.

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