Marco Jansen has cleaned up Mohammed Siraj to bag his fourth wicket of the innings and end India’s second innings on 174 after Rishabh Pant’s counterattack pushed the lead to 304. India have enough on the board to go for a win, but do they have enough time is the question given the pesky weather forecast for the final day. South Africa have successfully chased down 300+ target in the fourth innings only once previously in a home Test – 335 vs Australia in Durban in 2001/02.
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🇮🇳 India have set 304 for Dean Elgar’s men to earn victory in the first Betway Test match.
— Cricket South Africa (@OfficialCSA) December 29, 2021