Indian bowlers worsened the condition of South Africa’s team.

The first day’s play of the second unofficial Test between South Africa A and India A (SA-A vs IND-A) was abandoned due to rain, while the second day too was not completed due to bad light. However, in whatever game took place today, the Indian bowlers performed brilliantly. At the time of stumps, South Africa scored 164/7 in 55.5 overs. At the crease, Bjorn Fortuin is unbeaten on 12 and Duane Oliver is unbeaten on 17 runs. Avesh Khan was the most successful bowler from India.

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India A won the toss and chose to bowl first and soon gave the first blow to South Africa. Opener Joshua Richards, after scoring 13 runs in 22 balls, became the victim of Navdeep Saini at the score of 17 in the sixth over. The pair of captain Matthew Bretzke and Zubair Hamza (20) took the score beyond 50 but Hamza was run out on the score of 52. Khaya Zondo was also out on the same score and could not even open his account.

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Bretzke combined with Ryan Rickelton to take the score to 70. Rickelton could not contribute much and became the victim of Avesh Khan after scoring only 6 runs. On the score of 106, South Africa A got its fifth blow and Bretzke also returned to the pavilion after scoring 36 runs. Sinethemba Keshile scored 34 runs in 77 balls before being dismissed on the score of 131.

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The team lost the seventh wicket at the score of 137 in the form of Bearse Swanepoel, who was out after scoring 10 runs. From here the pair of Bjorn Fortuin and Duane Oliver took the lead for a while and then due to bad light the game ended early. For India, Avesh Khan took the maximum of three wickets. At the same time, Indian bowlers, Navdeep Saini, Akshar Patel and Washington Sundar also got one success each.

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