Both South Africa and Pakistan will try to keep their semi-final hopes alive when they take on each other on June 23 in the ICC Men's Cricket World Cup. South Africa and Pakistan will be entering the match with just one win to their name. The Proteas have played six matches so far whereas Pakistan has played five.
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Along with Warner, Smith will also play in his first game since the 2018 scandal. The right-hander will feature in the middle-order with all-rounders Marcus Stoinis and Glenn Maxwell. That would leave Nathan Coulter-Nile, Jason Behrendorff, Kane Richardson and Nathan Lyon jostling for one spot.
India will play their first match of the tournament against South Africa at The Rose Bowl in Southampton on 5 June.