South Africa 320 and 321 (Bavuma 172, Mayers 3-46) lead West Indies 251 by 390 runs
West Indies have been tasked with chasing a file goal of 391 on the Wanderers to stage the sequence in opposition to South Africa. The very best profitable chase on the floor is 310, by Australia in 2011, whereas probably the most runs ever scored in a fourth innings on the venue is 450, which South Africa produced in a draw in opposition to India in 2013.
South Africa’s final three wickets fell for 34 runs in 36 minutes and 46 balls on the fourth morning, leaving West Indies with greater than five-and-a-half classes to bat.
Captain Temba Bavuma added solely a single to his in a single day rating of 171 earlier than he holed out to deep sq. leg within the second over of the morning. Bavuma departed to applause from a small however rising Saturday crowd. Keshav Maharaj went in related style however not earlier than beginning the day with a cracking cowl drive off Kyle Mayers.
Kagiso Rabada, batting at No.11 and having recovered from a again spasm, made probably the most of his licence to thrill. He middled nearly each ball he confronted and despatched a Mayers legcutter and Holder quick, slower ball over midwicket and long-on for sixes in successive overs. Holder cranked up the tempo three balls later, cramped Rabada for room, and he top-edged a pull to present Holder his third wicket.
West Indies used a complete of eight bowlers in South Africa’s second innings, and wickets have been shared among the many seamers. Their specialist spinner Gudakesh Motie didn’t have any success within the second innings however South Africa are banking on the floor beginning to break up and taking flip because the match wears on. They included each Maharaj and Simon Harmer of their XI in anticipation of spinner-friendly situations on the final two days, and they’re going to have a giant job on their arms.