Next week begins one of the most anticipated Test series in international cricket when South Africa and Australia face off in Durban.
India have won the toss and opted to bat in the third Test against South Africa at the Wanderers.
Lungi Ngidi claimed his fifth wicket to reduce India to 151-9 early on day five at Centurion.
Ishant Sharma took two wickets as the Proteas crawled to tea on 230-7 on day four at Centurion.
Mohammed Shami claimed three key wickets to reduce the Proteas to 173-5 at lunch on day four.
Dinesh Karthik has been called up to India’s squad for the third and final Test against the Proteas.
Faf du Plessis says South Africa took full advantage of the conditions at Newlands to win the first Test against India by 72 runs.
The start of day three at Newlands has been delayed significantly due to rain.
South Africa are in a commanding position going into day three of the first Test at Newlands.
South Africa were 96-2 at tea on day one at St George’s Park, JON CARDINELLI reports.
The Proteas have won the toss and decided to bat first in the inaugural four-day Test against Zimbabwe in Port Elizabeth.
Dale Steyn has been selected for the SA Invitation team to play Zimbabwe from 20-22 December; his first extended match since November last year.
Former Australian Test captain Ricky Ponting has come out against the use of bigger bats in Test cricket.
England coach Trevor Bayliss has hinted at the return of Jos Buttler to the English Test side.
England all-rounder Stuart Broad has spoken out against match-fixers being allowed back to play cricket.