Tuesday, December 29, 2009

South Africa vs England 2nd Test 2009: Report of Day 4

Home team South Africa should seek the help of luck to save their match against England. The fate of the second Test match between South Africa and England will be decided on the final day of the five-day test match. Yesterday they played the South African cricket team is batting their second innings where they lost top six wickets within 76 runs. Now, they still need 156 runs more if they want to bat England second time. English bowler Graeme Swann and Stuart Broad dismissed the Proteas batting line up. Both of the bowlers took three wickets apiece.

South Africa has four wickets and one day at hand. Home fans should want to see that how long their team can stay in the final day. Bad weather helped South Africa team to stop the game early in the fourth day. They may hope the same thing that can finish the game with draw. However, England cricket team can win the match early by an innings and run margin.

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