The second T20 match will be played between South Africa and England on 29 November.
England had won the first T20 by five wickets.
If England would like to win the series after winning the second consecutive match, then South Africa would like to keep it alive in the series by winning this match.
Read second T20 preview, pitch report, Dream XI and TV Info.
Pitch Report and Weather Information
This stadium will be the first T20 International match of nearly two decades old. So far, only 13 ODIs have been played in this ground.
The pitch of this ground is very good for fast bowlers and there is both speed and bounce.
The temperature of the stadium situated between the mountains is expected to be 29 degrees Celsius at the time of the match and it will be easy for the batsmen to take shots.
Norkhia can replace Hendrix
In the first T20, South Africa scored a good score, but the bowlers dipped their lutia.
Buren Hendrix plundered 56 runs in four overs which included 10 wide balls.
Enrich Norkhia, who has done well in the Indian Premier League (IPL), could replace him.
Possible XI: Dickock (wicketkeeper and captain), Bavuma, du Plessy, Van der Dussen, Klassen, Van Bilune, Linde, Norkhia, Rabada, Shamsi and Ngidi.
England would like to have a pure bowler in place of Tom Curran
England had performed all-round in the first T20, but they would like to make a change in the winning team.
The pair of Jason Roy and Jose Butler would like to forget the disappointment of the first match and try to do well in this match.
Mark Wood could be brought in to replace the highly expensive Tom Curran.
Possible XI: Roy, Butler (wicketkeeper), Malan, Bairstow, Stokes, Morgan (captain), Sam Curran, Archer, Jordan, Rashid and Wood.
Our Best Dream 11 and TV Info
wicket keeper: Quinton Dickock.
Batter: Johnny Bairstow (vice-captain), Rasi van der Dusen, Tenba Bavuma, Faf du Plessi (captain) and Jason Roy.
All-rounders: Sam Curran and Ben Stokes.
Bowler: Kagiso Rabada, Jofra Archer and Chris Jordan.
The match will be played at Boland Park on 29 November (Sunday) and will start at 06:00 pm Indian time.
Indian viewers can watch it live on Sony Network and the SonyLIVE app (subscription).