Stream what promises to be an exciting day of international cricket.
When: Sunday, November 16 at 3.20am (UK time)
Where: WACA, Perth
Watch live: Click here to watch on NowTV from Sky!
South Africa travel to Perth hoping to level the five-game ODI series at 1-1, after losing the opener by 32 runs on Friday.
Replying to Australia’s 300-8, which was led by George Bailey’s steady 70, the Proteas were bowled out for 268 with 11 balls of the innings left unused.
Despite Australia eventually securing the win by a seemingly comfortable margin, the game was fairly close for the most part.
The Aussies will begin game two are marginal favourites, but with the batting power of Hashim Amla, Quinton de Kock, AB de Villiers and David Miller, plus the wicket-taking potential of Vernon Philander and Dale Steyn, South Africa are more than capable of turning the series on its head.