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Tue 04 Dec 2012
00:06:19
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Seven wickets fell to seam bowlers in South Africa's first innings in the second test against New Zealand. Will seamers hold sway for the rest of the match, too?
Yes, they will take at least 70% of the wickets in the match
It will be a 50-50 split between seamers & spinners
The tweakers will finish strong as the pitch deteriorates and get at least 50% of the total wickets