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Where: Adelaide Oval, Adelaide.
When: Wednesday 5 November, 08.35 GMT.
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Australia host South Africa in Adelaide in the first Twenty20 international between these two sides of a three-match series.
Ahead of the World Cup this may seem like a strange time to host a T20 series, but the Proteas are using the opportunity to blood some of their youngsters.
Regular captain Faf du Plessis is being rested, along with other established stars such as Hashim Amla, AB de Villiers, Morne Morkel, Vernon Philander and Dale Steyn.
It means that JP Duminy will skipper the side Down Under, whilst the likes of Kagiso Rabada will enjoy his first senior outing for the South Africans.
For the hosts many of their Test players are being given some time off, but rather than fielding youngsters they have chosen to give this opportunity to more established figures who have been absent of late.
It means recalls for Pat Cummins, Shane Watson and Cameron White, with the Australians hoping that Watson in particular can find some regular fitness ahead of the World Cup next year.
Wicketkeeper Ben Dunk and allrounder Nathan Reardon are also in line for debuts.