On Monday, the Proteas will face Zimbabwe in the first match of their T20 World Cup campaign in Hobart.

What’s the bad news?

Zimbabwe beat Scotland in relatively comfortable fashion on Friday, chasing down their target of 133 in 18.3 overs in front of a large crowd in Hobart.

On net run rate, that was enough to put them ahead of Ireland.

Meanwhile, Ireland thrashed the West Indies earlier in the day, chasing down 147 in 17.3 overs to win by 9 wickets.

To qualify for the semi-finals, the Proteas must now finish in the top two of their pool.

Proteas T20 World Cup schedule:

Hobart, October 24: South Africa vs. Zimbabwe

Sydney, October 27: South Africa vs. Bangladesh

Perth, 30 October: South Africa vs. India

3 November: South Africa vs. Pakistan, Sydney

Adelaide, November 6: South Africa vs. the Netherlands

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