The South African team is currently in a better position in the Centurion Test. When the match on the third day of the match was announced yesterday, due to low light, at that time the second innings of the hosts was 90 runs on two wickets.
AB de Villiers and Dean Elgar were unbeaten. The South African team scored 335 runs in the first innings, in response to the Virat Kohli’s 153 runs, the Indian team scored 307 runs in their first innings. On the fourth day of the match, South Africa’s second innings in front of Indian bowlers will be challenged to score at least.
After lunch on the fourth day, South Africa’s second innings total of 73.4 overs is 206 runs for six wickets. Captain Faf du Plessis 24 and Kigiso Rabada are on the crease without any runs. AB de Villiers (80), Dean Elgar (61), Quinton Dicock (12) and Vernon Philander (26) are the dismissals of Keshav Maharaj on Tuesday.