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Sun 17 Feb 2013
00:02:09
Latest highlights of the fourth day of the second test match between South Africa and Pakistan.

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Sports Poll

Should England have enforced the follow-on in the second test, having had a 391-run lead after dismissing Pakistan for 198?
Yes - it was a very odd decision from Cook
No - rather safe than sorry