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  • India vs South Africa Cape Town Test: SA to bat against India in 1st Test

    Cape Town: South Africa won the toss and opted to bat in the first Test match against India at the Newlands here on Friday. For India, pacer Jasprit Bumrah made his Test debut while Hardik Pandya was also included in the squad which is playing with one spinner. South Africa are playing with four seamers — Kagiso Rabada, Vernon Philander, Morne Morkel and Dale Steyn — and a spinner.

  • Live Scores, Match updates, Commentary: India vs South Africa, 1st Test, Day 1 at Cape Town

    India, the No 1 ranked Test side will take on South Africa at Newlands, Cape Town beginning from today. India had enjoyed a stellar 2017 and are unbeaten in Test cricket since 2015 tour of Sri Lanka. This series will test Virat Kohli’s men to a greater extent considering the stature of opposition and the team has to make a decision on certain players depending upon the condition.

  • India vs South Africa: Can Virat Kohli and team India walk the talk and nail Protea challenge?

    India’s tour of South Africa will begin in a couple of days and this series comes at a time when international cricket is crying out for a context and contest and this challenge will determine Virat Kohli and his young brigade’s legacy. India vs South Africa might not be in the same league as India vs Australia or India vs Pakistan but ever since South Africa’s readmission since 1992, the matches between

  • India vs South Africa: 8 interesting facts you need to know

    India’s tour of  South Africa will begin in a couple of days and this series comes at a time when international cricket is crying out for a context and contest and this challenge will determine Virat Kohli and his young brigade’s legacy. India vs South  Africa might not be in the same league as India vs Australia or India vs Pakistan but ever since South Africa’s  readmission in 1992, the matches between this two

  • India vs South Africa: India will be tough opponents, says SA coach Ottis Gibson

    Cape Town: South Africa coach Ottis Gibson has warned his team that India may prove to be tough opponents during the upcoming three-match Test series. “They are currently ranked number one and they’ve got a lot of world class players and world class players aren’t just world class in their own back yards,” Gibson told the media here.

  • India vs South Africa 2018 series: Graeme Smith expects SA pacers to trouble India

    New Delhi: Former captain Graeme Smith feels South Africa’s “powerful” bowling attack will put the Indian batting line-up under serious pressure in the upcoming Test series, starting January 5 in Cape Town. The world no.1 Indian team up against second-placed SouthAfrica in their own den certainly makes for an exciting contest. And Smith feels South Africa will be extra motivated after their painful 0-3 loss in India a couple of seasons ago.

  • India’s tour of South Africa: Can this Indian team conquer South African safari?

    Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) finally announced the squad for the much-awaited tour of South Africa. The squad contains 17 players and was on expected lines as there were no major surprises or shocks in store. India, the No 1 ranked Test side is currently playing fantastic cricket under the leadership of Virat Kohli and is on some sort of a winning spree, but the matches won by India

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