Indian team have managed to get rid of South African batsmen for a mere total and have landed themselves into a commanding position on the fourth day of the first Test match played at the Cape town.
Earlier, the third day of the first Test between India and South Africa at Cape Town was washed out due to persistent rain without a ball being bowled. Despite the loss of an entire day, the match is set for a result with two more days to go. No early start today, which means that there will be extended sessions.
If South Africa are in a position to set a target they will need a minimum of 70 overs and it could still be a thrilling end. India will look to strike early to put pressure on the opposition but the hosts still hold an upper hand.
Earlier on Day 3, the rain did not stop at all and only picked up as the scheduled start time of play approached. It did stop raining post-lunch.