South Africa vs Australia 2nd test match prediction 26.12.2022
South Africa is all set to play the 2nd test match against Australia in the world test championship on 26th December 2022. It is a vital match for the South Africa to score their first winnings as Australia is already by winning the 1st test match at Gabba. The betting players can bag the bonus offers providing by some of the best bookie sites in India such as 1xbet sports, dafabet, betway etc.
The Australia is leading the score table where India is on 2nd position after defeating the Bangladesh in the recent match. South Africa holds the 3rd positions and winning this 2nd test match against AUS can change its position forward. To explore the sports betting events via smartphones and to place bets, the betting players can download the cricket betting apps and access all the features.
SA vs AUS Head to Head in Test matches
- Total matches played – 99
- Won by Hong kong – 53
- Won by IND – 26
- Tied – 20
In the first test match between Australia and South Africa, Aus won and scored a total of 218 in the first, and South Africa were all out for 152 runs. Aus did a tremendous performance and kick started the series with a win. Middle order batsman Khaya Zondo stood with 36 runs in the second innings with a total of 99 runs not out. check out the dafabet betting odds for better comparison and the analysis.
Odds favoring Australia to win
- Betway – 7.00
- Betwinner – 8.20
- Bet365 – 7.00
Odds favoring India to win
- Betway – 1.00
- Betwinner – 1.80
- Bet365 – 1.00
Our Word – Australia has the better chances of winning the match
After the victory in the first match against South Africa, Team Australia is looking forward to score their second win in the series. On the other hand, Team South Africa is up with all their efforts to score the first win. Sarel Erwee, Khaya Zondo, and Kyle Verreynne are expected with a good performance in this upcoming match. With balanced team Australia and by comparing all the stats, this squad has the better chance to win this match against South Africa.