South Africa dominate Australia to register fourth ODI win on the trot over the visitors in the ongoing five-match series. Electing to bat first, Australia were rocked early by Kyle Abbott (4/40) as the seamer got rid of the visitors top-order cheaply. Tabraiz Shamsi sustained the pressure in the middle overs with his three-wicket haul and apart from Mitchell Marsh and Mathew Wade, both scored fifties, no Australian batsmen made an impression. Chasing 168, South Africa openers Hashim Amla and Quinton de Kock were back in the hut early but Faf Du Plessis scored a solid fifty to put the chase back on track. The right-hander was out after scoring 69 but his contribution made the job easier for the batsmen to follow. South Africa chased down the total in the 36th over and now a win away from whitewashing Australia.
By: Express Web Desk | Updated: October 9, 2016 7:56 pm
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