Saturday, March 11, 2017

Elgar goes as rain hovers in the horizons

Dunedin: South African batting coach Neil McKenzie believes his side need another 70 runs to feel safe after New Zealand captured the key wicket of Dean Elgar to keep alive the prospect of a result in the first Test in Dunedin on Saturday.At stumps on day four, New Zealand were already sensing a moral victory with South Africa at 224 for six, a lead of 191 and with rain forecast on the final
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