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Thu 22 Nov 2012
00:06:40
Highlights of the first day of the second test between Australia and South Africa from Adelaide Oval, Adelaide, Australia.

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Do you think the Proteas will miss Dale Steyn during the tri-series against the West Indies and Australia in June?
Of course - it's a no-brainer
Not at the moment - let him find his form again
No - it's time to move on