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South Africa vs West Indies
In Progress : West Indies won the toss and elected to field
South Africa
305/5
( 99.5 overs )
West Indies
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  , Holder to Bavuma, no run, fuller still, he walks into a punchy drive which finds mid-on
  , Holder to Bavuma, no run, slightly fuller, angling into the stumps, defended towards mid-on
  , Holder to Bavuma, no run, good length on off stump, defended back to the bowler
  , Holder to Bavuma, no run, full outside off, 128kph, left alone
  , Taylor to van Zyl, no run, too wide outside off, easily left alone
  , Taylor to van Zyl, no run, nicely bowled, short of a length going across the left hander, he may have pulled the bat inside the line at the last moment. Or maybe not.
  , Taylor to van Zyl, no run, short of a length outside off, van Zyl jabs at it without much footwork, playing away from his body towards point
  , Taylor to van Zyl, no run, pushed across full outside off, left alone
  , Taylor to de Villiers, OUT, what a ball! That's a beauty! Full, late swing, de Villiers aiming to whip it to the leg side, the ball swings past the outside edge and knocks back the off stump. Great sight for Taylor. What a gem. As Michael Holding says on TV, that's like the deliveries he bowled against England in Jamaica in 2009
  , Taylor to de Villiers, no run, appeal for lbw, full and angled into the pads, de Villiers whipping across the line. Appears to be shading down the leg side but Ramdin decides to review. Suggest that will be clipping leg stump at best, and it was not out on the field. Yep, clipping leg. But actually more of the ball hitting the stumps than with Amla's lbw.
  , Holder to Bavuma, no run, full on off stump, defended towards mid-off
  , Holder to Bavuma, no run, well bowled, full outside off, he's onto the front foot again and this time the ball beats the outside edge
  , Holder to Bavuma, no run, angled into the pads, played to square leg
  , Holder to Bavuma, no run, wider outside off, left alone
  , Holder to Bavuma, FOUR, off the mark straight away, was a decent delivery, full outside off, draws him onto the front foot but plays with soft hands and the edge runs wide of second slip to third man. That will settle a few nerves
  , Holder to Amla, OUT, and he's gone! Will Amla review? Was a length delivery which nipped back, takes him fairly high on the pad and Bowden's finger goes up. Stuck him just above the roll. There was a discussion between Amla and AB, it appeared AB suggested it might be worth a look but Amla then walks off. Maybe ran out of time. Nicely bowled by Holder.
  , Taylor to de Villiers, no run, full and wide outside off, left alone
  , Taylor to Amla, 1 run, short of a length outside off, driven off the back foot into the covers to take South Africa to 300...just as the band gets going
  , Taylor to Amla, no run, fuller on off stump, Amla stays on the back foot as he defends back to the bowler
  , Taylor to Amla, no run, back of a length around off stump, whipped off the back foot like he did in the first over but this time short midwicket intercepts
  , Taylor to Amla, no run, tighter to off stump, back of a length, defended to the off side
  , Taylor to Amla, no run, a play and a miss, was offered some width and Amla went for a cut but didn't quite seem to fully commit
  , Holder to de Villiers, no run, too wide to bother de Villiers again, not the best of overs from Holder
  , Holder to de Villiers, no run, full and quite wide, de Villiers not interested in that one
  , Holder to de Villiers, no run, better delivery, full outside off, shaping into de Villiers who defends on the front foot
  , Holder to Amla, 1 run, short and wide, cut out to the deep cover
  , Holder to Amla, no run, full outside off, left alone
  , Holder to de Villiers, 1 run, a floaty full delivery outside off, 134kph, driven out to the cover sweeper who is stood in the middle of the sawdust
  , Taylor to Amla, no run, gets it fuller, on middle and off, defended back down the pitch...productive first over for Amla and South Africa
  , Taylor to Amla, FOUR, what a lovely piece of timing, it was short of a length at the body and he whips it through straight midwicket, placing it just wide of the large patch of sawdust at deep square
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