SA declares, sets 395-run target for India
Published: Tuesday, November 20, 2001, 1:38 [IST]
Port Elizabeth: South Africa declared its second innings at 233 for five after rain washed out most of the first two sessions on the fourth day of the second cricket Test match here on Monday. South Africa, who took a 161-run first innings lead, has set a target of 395 runs for India to win the match in 127 overs, 37 of which are to be bowled on Monday. Jacques Kallis remained unbeaten on 89 while captain Shaun Pollock was not out on 55 when South Africa declared.