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India in South Africa, 2010-2011

Centurion Test, day five: South Africa seal innings victory over India; IND-SAF:1-0(3)

South Africa claimed India's last two wickets in 35 deliveries to win the first test by an innings and 25 runs on the final day at Centurion on Monday. Opening bowlers Morne Morkel and Dale Steyn took a wicket each as the world number one side, resuming on 454 for eight, were dismissed for the addition of only five runs.The second Test starts Dec. 26 in Durban before the best- of-three contest concludes in Cape Town from Jan. 2. South Africa has won all four previous home series against India.
South Africa 620 for 4 dec (Kallis 201*, Amla 140, de Villiers 129) beat India 136 (Morkel 5-20, Steyn 3-34) and 459 (Tendulkar 111*, Dhoni 90, Gambhir 80, Steyn 4-105) by an innings and 25 runs

Centurion Test, day three: India 190/2 at stumps

India day three at 190/2, still 294 runs behind South Africa. They lost both the openers in the second innings, after Graeme Smith declared on 620 for 4 - when de Villiers fell - with a monstrous lead of 484. Ishant Sharma (7) and Rahul Dravid (28) will resume batting on day four.
India 136 and 190 for 2 (Sehwag 63, Gambhir 80) trail South Africa 620 for 4 dec (Kallis 201*, de Villiers 129, Amla 140) by 294 runs

Centurion Test, day two: India hit by Kallis, Amla

South Africa openers Graeme Smith and Alviro Petersen shared a century partnership - 111 for the first wicket - before unbeaten centuries by Jacques Kallis and Hashim Amla put South Africa totally in control against the inconsistent India attack on the second day of the first Test today. South Africa finished the second day well in command on 366 for two. Sreesanth endured a miserable day, conceding 71 runs from 19 wicketless overs, as well as misfielding twice at fine leg to concede boundaries. He was continually heckled and sarcastically applauded by a section of the crowd.Continuing on 136-9, India slumped to its third-lowest test total against South Africa, failing to add to its overnight score with Morne Morkel collecting a career-best 5-20.
South Africa 366 for 2 (Amla 116*, Kallis 102*, Petersen 77, Smith 62) lead India 136 (Morkel 5-20) by 230 runs

Centurion Test, day one: Steyn, Morkel leave India in tatters

South Africa's fast bowlers made up for lost time as they ripped through the Indian batting line-up on a rain-shortened first day at Centurion. India was reduced to 136-9 in 38.1 overs as Morne Morkel and Dale Steyn shared seven wickets. Sachin Tendulkar led the Indians with 36, and captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni was 33 not out at stumps. Earlier, Graeme Smith won the toss and put India into bat after heavy rain delayed the start of the match. Play finally got underway at 3pm. Indian off spinner Harbhajan fought back with five boundaries in his 25-ball 27, after most of the top batsmen perished against the South African quickies. Dhoni hit two fours and a six, but soon gratefully accepted the offer from the umpires to go off for failing light.
India 136 for 9 off 38.1 overs (Morkel 4-20, Steyn 3-34) v South Africa

India tour of South Africa, Dec 2010-Jan 2011

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India vs South Africa in South Africa 2010-2011

India in South Africa - 3 test matches, 5 ODIs, 1 T20, Dec 16, 2010 - Jan 23, 2011

India and South Africa will play three tests, one T20I and five one-day internationals in South Africa during the tour starting December 16th. Series Schedule:
Schedule Match Venue
Thu Dec 16 - Mon Dec 20
08:30 GMT | 10:30 local
1st Test - India v South Africa SuperSport Park, Centurion
Sun Dec 26 - Thu Dec 30
08:00 GMT | 10:00 local
2nd Test - India v South Africa Kingsmead, Durban
Sun Jan 2 - Thu Jan 6
08:30 GMT | 10:30 local
3rd Test - India v South Africa Newlands, Cape Town
Sun Jan 9
12:30 GMT | 14:30 local
Only T20I - India v South Africa Moses Mabhida Stadium, Durban
Wed Jan 12
12:30 GMT | 14:30 local
1st ODI - India v South Africa Kingsmead, Durban
Sat Jan 15
12:30 GMT | 14:30 local
2nd ODI - India v South Africa New Wanderers Stadium, Johannesburg
Tue Jan 18
12:30 GMT | 14:30 local
3rd ODI - India v South Africa Newlands, Cape Town
Fri Jan 21
12:30 GMT | 14:30 local
4th ODI - India v South Africa St George's Park, Port Elizabeth
Sun Jan 23
08:00 GMT | 10:00 local
5th ODI - India v South Africa SuperSport Park, Centurion


Editor: Nishanth Gopinathan.