Loading...
Loading Live Scoring...
*All times CAT (GMT+2)
Please note: Due to rights restrictions, this video is not currently available in your territory.


Mon 26 Nov 2012
00:07:00
Highlights of day four of the second test between India and England from Mumbai.

Related News


Australia take unassailable series lead
Australia made a meal of it but successfully chased down 128 for a four-wicket victory and an unassailable...
Red-hot NZ seal series in UAE
Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor hit half-centuries while Matt Henry recorded career best bowling figures as...
Waqar seeks improvement after series defeat
Pakistan coach Waqar Younis warned his team needed to improve before the World Cup while Kane Williamson...

Sports Talk



Neil Manthorp
Not-so-proud West Indies record in SA
Among the seven major test nations, the West Indies' record in South Africa is without parallel. No...

Haze's Comment
When they were kings
I was fortunate to grow up during the most intoxicating era of test cricket. Ray Illingworth's...

Kepler Wessels
Spinner or no spinner for SuperSport Park
Normally when a test match is looming at SuperSport Park the debate starts whether the selectors...

Mpumelelo Mbangwa
Any answers from tour of NZ & Aus?
It is very true that nobody likes to lose, not even in a kick-about game in the park. So the loss...

Faf du Plessis
Eager to take on the West Indies
I’ve been enjoying my time at home in Cape Town, but the focus has been on getting my hip right....

Neil Down Under
Week 2
Hashim Amla said after Sydney’s ODI that the series had been “closer than the scoreline would...

Related News from


Australia wins second test
Australia beat India by four wickets in the second test after just four days at the Gabba to take an unassailable 2-0 lead in the four-match series.
LIVE: SA v West Indies - Day 4
LIVE scoring and interactive commentary from Day 4 of the first Test between South Africa and the West Indies in Centurion.
Niggles remind SA to reshape
The Proteas’ policy of playing seven batsmen may not last for the rest of the West Indies series, writes Rob Houwing.
Proteas assess walking wounded
South Africa are dominating on the pitch, but are seemingly losing in the treatment room in the first Test against the West Indies.
We'll be patient - Philander
Despite being on the cusp of victory, Proteas bowler Vernon Philander says his side will remain committed if they are to finish the job.
Cobras dig deep at Newlands
The Cape Cobras were digging deep at the end of the second day's play of their Sunfoil Series match against the Highveld Lions.
Titans in charge v Knights
An eighth career five-wicket haul from Rowan Richards put the Titans in control of their Sunfoil Series clash against the Knights.
Cook set for England axe
Alastair Cook is set to be dismissed as captain of England's one-day team ahead of the Cricket World Cup.
NZ clinch Pakistan ODI series
New Zealand have thumped Pakistan in the fifth and final one-dayer in Abu Dhabi to clinch their series.
Proteas have Windies reeling
The Proteas are in full command after Day 3 of the first Test against the West Indies at SuperSport Park in Centurion.

Shop


The Proteas
20 Years, 20 Landmark Matches by Neil Manthorp
R171.00
The extraordinary book of SA cricket
The Extraordinary Book of South African Cricket is the perfect gift for any cricket fanatic.
R140.00

Sports Poll

West Indies still need another 275 runs to avoid an innings defeat. Can South Africa wrap up the first test inside four days?
Yes
No, but the Proteas will win on the 5th day
No, the West Indies will hold out for a draw