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Mon 17 Jul 2017
00:09:00
Highlights of the fourth day of the second test between England and South Africa at Trent Bridge in Nottingham on Monday, 17 July.

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Sports Poll

What do you think about the proposed first-ever four-day test between South Africa and Zimbabwe?
Leave test cricket alone! It's a five-day match. Period.
Four-day tests between certain countries are fine
Move on. Tests should all be made four-day events