Latest Cricket News Updates Latest news from (c) en-gb Mon 27 May 2024 IND tour of SA: South Africa Vs India 2nd Test at Live Scores, Dec 26-30, 2013 India tour of South Africa::South Africa Vs India 2nd Test Live Scores at Durban, Dec 26-30, 2013 Match scheduled to begin at 10:00 local time (08:00 GMT) India hold nerve to win Durban Test by 87 runs India won the Second Test at Durban by 87 runs to level the 3-Test Series against South Africa 1-1. Ind vs SA 2nd Test : Ind close to series-levelling win by down 7th wkt Durban: The fight for Test supremacy is set to reach its peak on the fourth day of the second Test with South Africa needing 192 runs and India seven wickets to win. But for weather interruption, there is all possibility that the winner will be decided on Wednesday itself. Durban Test heads for a thrilling fourth day finish India fought back in the 14 overs of play that were possible in the final session by taking two wickets before bad light had the last laugh on Day 3 Ind vs SA 2nd Test Scores: India 92/4 at stumps Day 2, lead by 166 Ind vs SA 2nd Test Live Scores: India fought back against South Africa through Zaheer Khan and Harbhajan Singh's fine spells, but the batsmen squandered the advantage, leaving the second Test delicately poised after two days of gruelling cricket between the world's top two teams. SA fightback but India ahead with a decent lead India recovered towards 92 for 4 in 30.5 overs before bad light prevented any further action on an eventful second day's play at Kingsmead. As many as 18 wickets fell down on this crazy second day but India are slightly on the frontfoot with a lead of 166 runs. Ind vs SA 2nd Test: Zaheer provides early wickets, SA: 74/4 Ind vs SA 2nd Test Live Scores: Dale Steyn took 6-50 for a 15th career five-wicket haul as India was bowled out for 205 early on day two of the second Test against South Africa at Kingsmead on Monday. Steyn puts India in trouble on a curtailed first day Bad light and rain brought an abrupt end to the opening day's play at Durban leaving India at an edgy 183 for 6 in 56 overs