South Africa vs India 1st Test Betting Review – 17th December

South Africa vs India 1st Test Betting Review – 17th December

The Indian side will visit South Africa in December to play 5 test games. Both sides have a lot of experience in this format. No one would like to lose the game quickly. South African team will start to play under the captaincy of Bavuma. On the other hand, Team Indian is ready to play under the leadership of Virat Kohli.


Both the sides did not announce any final playing XI for the 1st test match. All the important players like Kohli, Sharma, Muhammad Siraj, Shami and Ashwin will be on the side. If we talk about the South Africa side, they also like to post the significant players in the team.


South African team has more chances to win because of own home grounds. But, we do not forget to see the latest result of Indian versus England and South Africa vs Pakistan.

Latest Performance in Test Games

Indian team played its last test series versus England to win by 2-1. Whereas the South African side also played outstanding games versus Sri Lanka to beat them. So, both sides remained undefeated in the last series.

Head to Head

Both the sides played their last test match in India for two years. The Indian side posted 497 runs by losing nine wickets. The African side failed to chase it in two innings. So, SA was loosed by an innings and 202 runs.

Betting Odds & Tips

If we see the latest performance and head to head results, the Indian team picked a heavy betting rate versus South Africa. So, I am slot in favour of blue shirts by knowing the last results.


Indian and South African teams played 39 games to each other. The Indian side remained undefeated in 14 games and South Africa in 15. We failed to find any result from the other ten games.


After reading all the above detail, it is not a big deal to announce the winner. According to the authentic and official facts and figures, the Indian team has a 60% chance to win. No doubt, the South African team can get the benefit of their home grounds and conditions. I am still in favour of blue shirts.

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