Port Elizabeth: The fourth day's play of the second cricket Test match between India and South Africa has been delayed due to rain.
Play was to begin half an hour before the regular start to compensate for the 14 overs that were lost on Sunday due to bad light, but showers intervened and delayed the start. Play was expected to resume at 2:30 IST, half an hour late than the regular scheduled start. South Africa was 211 for five in its second innings, enjoying an overall lead of 372 over the Indian first innings score of 201. Extras:
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