- Published: Tuesday, 16 January 2018 12:43
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De Villiers and opener Dean Elgar laboured their way as India took the pressure off by some sloppy slip fielding. The unbeaten South Africans produced 87 runs for the third wicket and any addition to this stand will put pressure on the Indians who will bat last on a deteriorating pitch at Centurion.
To South Africa’s benefit, the day was cut short by showers and bad light. South Africa were 90-2 when the players were taken off 10 overs into the final session under dark skies, leading by 118 as they strive to wrap up the series with one match to play.
(Source: The Hindustan Times)