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Sat 24 Nov 2012
00:07:00
Highlights of the third day of the second test between Australia and South Africa from the Adelaide Oval, Australia.

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Sports Poll

It has been suggested that both England and Australia failed the test exam, in that, for various reasons, none of the five tests went into the fifth day. What is your opinion?
I agree. Players seldom showed the will to fight back
I prefer more aggressive play, and 'made to order' pitches, even if it results in shorter tests