Senwes Park profile
Previously known as Sedgars Park, Senwes Park is a cricket ground in Potchefstroom, South Africa. It is among the country’s secondary international cricket venues.
Senwes Park is also home to AFL in South Africa and the South African national Australian rules football team – the Lions.
The ground hosted matches during the 2003 World Cup. Its capacity is about half the size of Newlands, Kingsmead, the Wanderers and other primary international cricket venues around South Africa.
What to look for when betting on matches at Senwes Park
Like other landlocked grounds on the highveld in South Africa, Senwes Park frequently offers good batting tracks. The region is rather dry, which can provide bite and purchase for the spinners to top the cricket betting bowling markets.
The ground has not hosted Test match cricket since 2017, but has a been allocated a fair share of ODIs since the first in 2000. Eight of the last 10 ODIs here have been won by the team batting second. The toss-winning captain, then, is inclined to bowl first here.