South Africa tour of Sri Lanka 2014

2014 South Africa Tour of Sri Lanka

Dates 3 July 2014 – 28 July 2014
Captains (Tests)
(ODIs)
Hashim Amla (Tests)
AB de Villiers (ODIs)
Test series
One Day International series

South Africa tour of Sri Lanka 2014  Schedule

Wed Jul 9 (50 ovs) (D/N)
09:00 GMT | 14:30 local
14:30 IST
2nd ODI - Sri Lanka v South Africa
Pallekele International Cricket Stadium
Sat Jul 12 (50 ovs)
04:15 GMT | 09:45 local
09:45 IST
3rd ODI - Sri Lanka v South Africa
Mahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium, Sooriyawewa, Hambantota
Wed Jul 16 - Sun Jul 20
04:30 GMT | 10:00 local
10:00 IST
1st Test - Sri Lanka v South Africa
Galle International Stadium
Thu Jul 24 - Mon Jul 28
04:30 GMT | 10:00 local
10:00 IST
2nd Test - Sri Lanka v South Africa
Sinhalese Sports Club Ground, Colombo
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South Africa tour of Sri Lanka 2014 Grounds

 

R.Premadasa Stadium

Also or formerly known as Khettarama Stadium (until June 1994)
Established 1986
Named after Former Sri Lanka president Ranasinghe Premadasa
Capacity 35,000
Floodlights Yes
End names Khettarama End, Maligawatte End
Home team Sri Lanka

Sun Jul 6 (50 ovs) 1st ODI - Sri Lanka v South Africa
 

Sinhalese Sports Club

Colombo, Sri Lanka

Also or formerly known as Maitland Place
Capacity 10,000
Floodlights No
End names Tennis Courts End, South End
Home team Sinhalese Sports Club

Thu Jul 24 - Mon Jul 28 2nd Test - Sri Lanka v South Africa
 

Mahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium Hambantota, Sri Lanka

Established 2009
Capacity 35000
Playing area 100.0m long, 100.0m wide
Floodlights Yes installed in 2010
End names Thanamalwila End, Sooriyawewa End
Curator Ravi Dissanayake

Sat Jul 12 (50 ovs) 3rd ODI - Sri Lanka v South Africa
 

Pallekele International Cricket Stadium
Pallekele,
Kandy, Sri Lanka

Established 2009
Capacity 35,000
Playing area 80.0m long, 75.0m wide
Floodlights Yes installed in 2010
End names Hunnasgiriya End, Rikillagaskada End
Curator Asitha Wijesinghe

Wed Jul 9 (50 ovs) 2nd ODI - Sri Lanka v South Africa

Galle International Stadium

Also or formerly known as The Esplanade
End names City End, Fort End
Home team Galle Cricket Club

Wed Jul 16 - Sun Jul 20 1st Test - Sri Lanka v South Africa

Tyronne Fernando Stadium, Moratuwa

Established 1952
Capacity 15,000

Thu Jul 3 (50 ovs) SL Pres. XI v Sth Africans