The Pakistan-South Africa One-Day International series is a precursor to the clash between the two sides in the ICC Champions Trophy, which will be staged from June 6 to 23 in England and Wales.
World champions India are drawn in a tough group alongside South Africa, who won the inaugural edition in 1998, 2004 champions West Indies and arch-rivals Pakistan.
India and South Africa kick-off the tournament on June 6 in Cardiff. In another match in Group B, South Africa meet Pakistan on June 10 in a day-night match at Edgbaston in Birmingham. The following day, West Indies will face Pakistan at The Oval.
Group A includes defending champions Australia, 2000 champions New Zealand and 2002 co-winners Sri Lanka, along with hosts England, who reached the final when they last staged the event in 2004.
Check out the complete schedule:
|June 6||Match 1: India vs South Africa||Cardiff||1500 IST|
|June 7||Match 2: Pakistan v West Indies||Oval||1500 IST|
|June 8||Match 3: England v Australia||Birmingham||1500 IST|
|June 9||Match 4: New Zealand v Sri Lanka||Cardiff||1500 IST|
|June 10||Match 5: Pakistan v South Africa (D/N)||Birmingham||1830 IST|
|June 11||Match 6: India v West Indies||Oval||1500 IST|
|June 12||Match 7: Australia v New Zealand (D/N)||Birmingham||1830 IST|
|June 13||Match 8: England v Sri Lanka (D/N)||Oval||1830 IST|
|June 14||Match 9: South Africa v West Indies||Cardiff||1500 IST|
|June 15||Match 10: India v Pakistan||Birmingham||1500 IST|
|June 16||Match 11: England v New Zealand||Cardiff||1500 IST|
|June 17||Match 12: Australia v Sri Lanka (D/N)||Oval||1830 IST|
|June 19||First semi-final||Oval||1500 IST|
|June 20||Second semi-final||Cardiff||1500 IST|
|June 23||FINAL||Birmingham||1500 IST|