After a thrilling encounter in Cape Town, South Africa and Sri Lanka will now face each other in the second T20I at the SuperSport Park in Centurion on March 22. The game will start at 6:00 PM SAST, 9:30 PM IST, 4:00 PM GMT.

South Africa made sure that they lead the series 1-0 after snatching a win against the visitors in the Super Over. The match was initially tied with both teams having scored 134 runs in their respective innings. After this, the two teams will play the third and the final T20I in Johannesburg on March 24.

SA vs SL 2nd T20I broadcast details

SuperSport will telecast SA v SL 2nd T20I on its network in South Africa. SuperSport Live will stream the game live for the viewers in South Africa. Sony ESPN will broadcast the match live in India and it's subcontinent. SonyLiv will provide the online streaming of the match to the subcontinent fans.

Read: PTV Sports live streaming Pakistan vs Australia 1st ODI at 4 PM PKT Friday

South Africa names a young side once again

JP Duminy will captain the Proteas team in the second game as Faf du Plessis will be flying to India to be with his IPL team.

Along with him, key players like Quinton de Kock, Kagiso Rabada and Imran Tahir have also flown to India. A Nortje and Lungi Ngidi have been kept out of the side due to their injuries. South Africa have opted to keep David Miller as their wicket-keeper as he kept wickets for them in the T20I as well. Chris Morris and Dane Pretorius are likely to come into the side after their successful season in the domestic one-day tournament.

Aiden Markram could possibly get his T20I debut cap.

Sri Lanka hopes to bounce back after a narrow loss

Sri Lankan side will hope to continue their good bowling performance which was back by some really good spin bowling from D de Silva, Akila Dhananjaya and Jeffrey Vandersay.

Lasith Malinga too seemed to found his rhythm back but with Suranga Lakmal not getting enough games, the team management may introduce him in this game replacing Isuru Udana.

The flat pitch in Centurion hasn't really been so easy for batting. Run-scoring is easy with the new ball but the ageing ball struggles to reach the batsmen on time making it difficult. The weather should be fine and temperatures are likely to be in the mid-20s.

Also read: Sony Six live streaming South Africa v Sri Lanka 4th ODI at 4 PM SLST