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Aug 26, 2013 at 10:10pm IST

2nd Unofficial Test,India A vs South Africa A Day 3: As it happened

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India A 2nd innings

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End of over 4 - India A 3 for 1 (Stumps) Cheteshwar Pujara and Shahbaz Nadeem were at the crease at the end of day's play. Murali Vijay was the only wicket to fall.

2nd Unofficial Test,India A vs South Africa A Day 3: As it happened

India A were 3 for 1 at stumps on day three as South Africa A declared their second innings at 166 for 5.

End of over 2 - India A 0 for 1 In pursuit of South Africa A's 307, India A got off to a shaky start as Beuran Hendricks removed Murali Vijay for a duck.

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South Africa A 2nd innings

End of over 63 - South Africa A 166 for 5 Trying to force a result with one day remaining, South Africa A decided to declare their second innings at 166 for 5 to give India A a target of 307 runs.

End of over 60 - South Africa A 156 for 5 Shahbaaz Nadeem deceived Justin Ontong as the Proteas batsman was stumped by Wriddhiman Saha for 35.

End of over 59 - South Africa A 152 for 4 Ishwar Pandey removed Temba Bavuma caught by Ajinkya Rahane for 27.

End of over 51 - South Africa A 117 for 3 Dean Elgar after reaching his fifty was looking good for a three-figure score before Parvez Rasool got his wicket for 62.

End of over 50 - South Africa A 109 for 2 Dean Elgar and Temba Bavuma have done well after two quick wickets as the hosts pile on the lead.

End of over 44 - South Africa A 91 for 2: Opener Dean Elgar completed his fifty to to South Africa A a comprehensive lead after Shahbaz Nadeem picked two wickets in quick succession for India A. South Africa A lead by 232 runs with 8 wickets remaining.

End of over 31 - South Africa A 56 for 2: Shahbaz Nadeem picked up two wickets in quick succession to give India A a chance to restrict South Africa A in the second innings. Reza Hendricks was dismissed in the 28th over and Rilee Rossouw was bowled by Nadeem in the 30th over by Nadeem. South Africa A lead India A by 197 runs with 8 wickets remaining.

End of over 16, South Africa A 29 for 0: Reeza Hendricks and Dean Elgar continue to score steadily in the post-lunch session of the 2nd Unofficial Test against India A. Siddarth Kaul has been very economical so far, and has given just 10 runs in eight overs. South Africa A lead by 169 runs with 10 wickets remaining.

End of over 5, South Africa A 4 for 0: It has been a slow start by South Africa A openers early in the innings. Pravez Rasool and Siddarth Kaul have shared the new ball for India A. Home team now lead India by 144 runs. It's lunch.

India 1st innings: 201 all out

Riding on a superb show by bowlers, South Africa A skittle India for 201 in 70.1 overs at Pretoria. Beuran Hendricks was the wrecker-in-chief with five for 36 while Simon Harmer claimed four for 74 to torment India innings. India trail by 140 runs. For India, Parvez Rasool remained unbeaten on 32 runs.

End of over 66, India A 192 for 8: Beuran Hendricks got rid of Shahbaz Nadeem for paltry 6. Nadeem, who faced 16 deliveries, batted for 23 minutes.

Shazbaz Nadeem c RR Hendricks b BE Hendricks 6 (14)

End of over 63, India A 184 for 7: Simon Harmer gave South Africa their seventh success on Day 3 as he removed Ambati Rayudu for 29 runs. Rayudu struck three boundaries in his knock.

Ambati Rayudu c Rossouw b Harmer 29

End of over 55, India A 153 for 6: Ambati Raydi and Parvez Rasool gave a cautious start to the team on Day 3. Rasool smashed Beuran Hendricks for a boundary towards third man in his 16th over of the spell.

13:30 Parvez Rasool (0) and Ambati Rayudu (14) resumed batting on Day 3 against South Africa A at Pretoria. India A are still trailing by 196 runs with four wickets in hand.

Day 2 roundup: India were precariously placed at 145 for 6 in reply to South Africa A's first innings total of 341 at stumps on the second day of the second Unofficial Test on Sunday.

Ambati Rayudu (14*) and Perveez Rasool (0*) were at the crease at stumps as the visitors need another 47 runs to reach the magic figure of 192 in order to avoid the follow on.

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