South Africa 'have a number of tours against India' in the works, says Graeme Smith



CSA director of cricket wants to “ask some hard questions of Australia and challenge them” for postponed tour

South Africa are hopeful of playing against India “a number of times” in the next cycle of bilateral series, and several exchanges between the two sides are on the verge of being signed off, according to Cricket South Africa’s director of cricket, Graeme Smith.

Speaking on TV commentary during the domestic T20 cup, Smith outlined a busy international programme after this year’s IPL, while continuing to acknowledge the fallout from the indefinitely postponed three-Test series against Australia, which was scheduled for March.

“Myself and Sourav [Ganguly, the BCCI president] go a long way back and we’ve had a number of conversations,” Smith said. “India have been very supportive of us. Hopefully, in the next cycle we will have a number of tours against India that are actually pretty close to being finalised.

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