The first PAK vs SA match was played on 8 March 1992 in Brisbane. South Africa won the rain affected match by 20 runs. Since then, they have faced each other on more than 115 occasions across all the formats of the game. Overall, the Proteas has an upper hand over Pakistan across all the formats.
Table of Contents
- Pakistan vs South Africa Head to Head Stats - Tests
- Pakistan vs South Africa Head to Head Stats - ODIs
- Pakistan vs South Africa Head to Head Stats - T20Is
|South Africa Won||15||50||8|
Pakistan vs South Africa Head to Head Stats - Tests
The first Test match between these two was played from 19 to 23 January 1995. South Africa won the match by 324 runs. Pakistan’s first win against South Africa in the longest format of the game came in 1998. Their remaining three wins against the African sides were in 2003, 2007 and 2013. The Proteas have got some very big wins against Pakistan in the Test. They won by an innings and more thrice, once in 2003, and twice in 2013.
|South Africa Won||15|
|First Played||19 January 1995|
|Last Played||11 January 2019|
Pakistan vs South Africa Head to Head Stats - ODIs
The first PAK vs SA head to head face off in ODI format took place in the 1992 World Cup. The eventual champions were defeated by South Africa, who were playing in their first World Cup. After that defeat, the Pakistani side had a six match winning streak against the Proteas. But from 1995 onwards, the South African side dominated the Pakistanis and didn’t lose a single match against them till March of 2000. After that, the Pakistani team managed to win a few matches in between but never came close to becoming the dominant team in this rivalry.
|South Africa Won||50|
|First Played||8 March 1992|
|Last Played||23 June 2019|
Pakistan vs South Africa Head to Head Stats - T20Is
In Proteas vs Pakistan head to head battle in T20I cricket, the former has an edge with 8 wins in total of 14 matches. Their second T20 match against each other was the first semi-final of 2009 Twenty20 World Cup. Pakistan won the match by 7 runs and went on to lift the trophy. Both the teams also faced each other in 2010 and 2012 Twenty20 World Cup too, with Pakistan winning both the matches.
|South Africa Won||8|
|First Played||2 February 2007|
|Last Played||6 February 2019|