How can I watch the Proteas v Bangladesh at the 2023 Cricket World Cup?

How can I watch the Proteas v Bangladesh at the 2023 Cricket World Cup?

South Africa will be eager to take another step towards the 2023 Cricket World Cup semi-finals when they face Bangladesh in Wankhede in India on Tuesday.

The competition is nearing the halfway point of the Group Stage, where a number of upsets have thrown the proverbial cat amongst the pigeons on the overall points table. 

With all 10 teams having recorded at least one victory, every team still has a mathematical chance of reaching the final four.

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The Proteas made amends for their woeful performance against the Netherlands with a clinical display against reigning champions England on Saturday, moving their record to 3-1 at the global showpiece.

Again, it was their powerful batting line-up doing the damage, with another fast-paced century from the in-form Heinrich Klaasen - as well as big contributions from the eye-catching Reeza Hendriks and Marco Jansen - taking them to the cusp of 400.

Six-hitter Jansen then turned wicket-taker as he partnered with Lungi Ngidi to dismantle the England top order. England would go on to suffer a 229-run loss - their biggest-ever ODI defeat - and all-but end their hopes for a title defence.

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Meanwhile Bangladesh - who should prove to be a handful in their sub-continental conditions - are yet to hit their straps in India. 

After getting a comfortable six-wicket win over Afghanistan in their opening match, the Tigers have suffered three heavy defeats in a row at the hands of England, New Zealand and hosts India.

Opening bat Litton Das has made a few important contributions at the top of the order while all-rounder Mehidy Hasan Miraz has proved useful with the bat and ball, scoring 57 and taking three scalps in a match-winning effort against Afghanistan.

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