South Africa in Bangladesh 2007-08
South Africa in Bangladesh 2007-08 NewsThe South African cricket team toured Bangladesh for 2 Test matches and 3 One Day Internationals in February and March 2008. For South Africa, it represented the first tour after the retirement of bowler Shaun Pollock while Bangladesh were looking to rebuild after heavy defeats against New Zealand and Sri Lanka.
The naming of South Africa's squad was delayed for over a week after a selection row. The squad presented to Cricket South Africa (CSA) chiefs did not contain the expected number of black players (six) although this squad was eventually ratified and named to travel. There was a late change when Robin Peterson replaced Paul Harris who had to undergo surgery for an abscess.
Bangladesh recalled veteran left-arm spinner Mohammad Rafique to their Test squad, his first inclusion since July 2007.
South African vs india 2005-07 Results1st Test-South Africa won by 5 wickets
2nd Test-South Africa won by an innnings
1st ODI-South Africa won by 9
2nd ODI-South Africa win by 7
3rd ODI-South Africa win by 7
Bangladesh Cricket Board XI v South Africans-Match Drawn
BCB XI v South Africans