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India vs South Africa, 2nd Test: Day 3 washed out due to rain

The third day of the second Test between India and South Africa was washed out without a ball being bowled on Monday.

By: Express Web Desk | Updated: November 16, 2015 12:16:14 pm
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Like Day 2, no play was possible on Day 3 due to persistent rains. On Monday, the teams to chose to stay in the team hotel. First the morning session was washed out and then came the news of call off, after Lunch.

Scorecard: India vs South Africa

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1130 hrs IST: CALL OFF! Officials have decided to call of the day’s play. So this makes it two days lost without a ball being bowled in Bengaluru

1000 hrs IST: Both teams are still in the hotel as rain allows no play in the morning session

0915 hrs IST: As planned on Day 2, the early start, in fact no start, is possible due to rain and wet conditions

Day 2 recap

Heavens rain on India parade

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It seemed inevitable from the moment you opened the curtain shades on Sunday morning that the second day’s play was in peril.

‘Bhuvi needs to swing ball more consistently’

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It’s not that he is not swinging the ball, but he needs to swing it a lot more consistently, and that will come back with work, said Bharath Arun.

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