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Sat 23 Feb 2013
00:05:00
Highlights of the second day of the third test match between South Africa and Pakistan from SuperSport Park.

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What should happen with the woefully out-of-form Michael Clarke for the fourth Ashes test?
He should stay as captain until the end of the Ashes tour
Just relieve him of the captaincy, but retain him in the team
Drop him altogether