Welcome to the summer of the Cricket season 2019/20 in South Africa. Historic cricket grounds and epic sightseeing wait on one of England cricket supporters’ favorite touring destinations. We will provide hosted tours to the spectator of the South Africa v England series in 2019-20, which will cover 4 Test Matches of the series. Cricket fans who want to watch the live-action of South Africa Vs England series can get England Vs South Africa Tickets online from our most trusted and reliable online ticketing marketing platform.

The England tour to South Africa this summer has been established earlier this year. The Rainbow Nation will provide some of the best scenes of Nature, the outings and eye-catching sea sighting views provides the tourist unforgettable memories and not to mention world-class cricket. This tour is not one to be missed for true cricket lovers. Stunning scenery and iconic cricket grounds will make this cricket season guaranteed for spectators to be a cricket tour to remember.

Wanderers Cricket Stadium

Wanderers Stadium in Johannesburg South Africa

This tour combines a holiday to South Africa with watching test cricket between two best of the cricket nations. Beautiful Table Mountain looming in the background, Newlands stadium in Cape Town is one of the most picturesque and historic cricket grounds in world cricket, regarded second only to the famous Lords Cricket Ground by The Cricketer magazine.

The Wanderers Stadium in Johannesburg nicknamed The Bullring due to its design and the nerve-wracking atmosphere is another iconic venue. Kingsmead stadium in Durban, Centurion cricket ground in Pretoria & St Georges Park stadium in Port Elizabeth generally completes the series venues.

A four-match Test series will kick off England men’s tour of South Africa this summer, starting with a Boxing Day Test at Centurion.

SuperSport Park Cricket Stadium

SuperSport Park Cricket Stadium in Centurion South Africa

England won the Test series 2-1 the last time they toured South Africa in the 2015/16 winter, with the highlight being Ben Stokes’ record-breaking 258 in the second Test at Newlands, Cape Town. Cape Town is once again the venue for the second Test of the series, starting on Friday 3 January, followed by Tests in Port Elizabeth (starting 16 January) and Johannesburg (24 January) to round off the series.

The series will be England’s second in the new ICC World Test Championships, which launches ahead of this summer’s Ashes series against Australia.

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