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1st T20I
SA-W 116/7 (20.0 ov)
NZW 117/1 (12.2 ov)
New Zealand Women won by 9 wickets
South Africa Women vs New Zealand Women live score
2nd T20I
SA-W 119/10 (19.4 ov)
NZW 120/5 (18.2 ov)
New Zealand Women won by 5 wickets
South Africa Women vs New Zealand Women live score
3rd T20I
NZW 153/5 (20.0 ov)
SA-W 154/5 (19.5 ov)
South Africa Women won by 5 wickets
New Zealand Women vs South Africa Women live score
4th T20I
NZW 171/2 (20.0 ov)
SA-W 102/10 (17.0 ov)
New Zealand Women won by 69 runs
New Zealand Women vs South Africa Women live score
5th T20I
NZW
SA-W
Match abandoned without a ball bowled
New Zealand Women vs South Africa Women live score

New Zealand Women vs South Africa Women 2020

25 Jan 2020 - 13 Feb 2020

The South African women’s cricket team will tour New Zealand in January and February 2020. South Africa women in New Zealand will play three Women’s One Day Internationals and five Women’s Twenty20 International matches.


Women’s One Day Internationals Series


The New Zealand women vs South Africa women ODI series will consist of three matches. These three matches will form part of the 2017-2020 ICC Women’s Championship. The Championship is being contested to determine qualification for the 2021 Women’s Cricket World Cup.


The top four teams in the Championship will qualify for the World Cup in addition to the hosts, New Zealand. South Africa is currently the fourth-placed team in the points table of the Championship. The first two WODIs of the series will be played in Auckland and the series will conclude at Seddon Park, Hamilton on 30 January 2020.


South Africa Women vs New Zealand Women - International T20 Tri-Series


Women’s T20 International Series


New Zealand women vs South African women 2020 tour will consist of a five-match WT20I series. The first match of the series will be played at Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui on 2 February 2020. From there on the team will move to Hamilton to play the second match on 6 February 2020. After this, the teams will play two back-to-back matches on 9 and 10 February at Basin Reserve, Wellington.


The series will conclude on 13 February 2020 in Dunedin. This will be the final T20 series for both the team before the 2020 ICC Women’s T20 World Cup and the teams would be looking forward to making the most out of these five matches to gauge their level of preparation for the World Cup and to fix their shortcoming


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