Day 2 of the third Test between India and South Africa, at Nagpur.
12 wickets fell on Day 1, for just 226 runs. India were bowled out for 215 – with no Indian batsman making a half century – while South Africa were struggling at 11/2 at stumps. This test match seems set to go the way of the first, and the second, if rain hadn’t interfered.
For South Africa, it would be important to put up strong partnerships. A lead of 100 would be incredible, but it looks a long, long way away right now. India need to keep the Proteas under 200 to remain in the drivers’ seat.