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Tigers get little respite

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The Tigers will get little respite as they will travel to South Africa next week to play a full series including two Tests, three- ODIs and two T20s against the Protease.
The team is expected to fly for South Africa on September 16, and will start their campaign with a tour-opening three-day warm-up match in Benoni from September 21.
Earlier, the Tigers have toured South Africa twice before for two-Test series in 2002 and 2008, and have suffered innings defeats in all four matches in the pace-friendly conditions.
There will be no pre-series training camp planed for the South Africa series as the cricketers had already underwent in the nearly month-and-a-half conditioning and skills camp before their just concluded home series against Australia.
Itinerary
Date                  Match               Venue
Sept 21-23 Three-day warm-up match Benoni
Sept 28-Oct 2 First Test Potchefstroom
Oct 6-10 Second Test Bloemfontein
Oct 12 One-day tour match Bloemfontein
Oct 15 First ODI Kimberley
Oct 18 Second ODI Paarl
Oct 22 Third ODI East London
Oct 26 First T20I Bloemfontein
Oct 29 Second T20I Potchefstroom.

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