Despite losing two wickets in the morning session, India are still on course to set South Africa a big target on day three of the fourth Test in Delhi.
India went to lunch on 51-2 with Shikhar Dhawan (20) and Cheteshwar Pujara (27) to continue after lunch.
Morne Morkel (2-10) lead from the front and was a handful. He got rid of Murali Vijay and Rohit Sharma in consecutive balls to lift the spirits of his teammates.
India’s lead is 264 runs and they will probably look to get that to around 400 before declaring, if South Africa don’t bowl them out.