- India all out for 198 in the second innings
- 212-run target ahead of South Africa
- South Africa 101/2 by the end of the game today
- The only way out for India is to get Dean Elgar out
South Africa, who were bowled out for 212, played aggressively in the final session today. Opener Markram (4×4 off 16:22 balls) hit boundaries in the ODI format. Dean Elgar (3×4 off 30:96 balls) shared a 78-run stand for the second wicket with Peterson. With that .. Indian bowlers also saw impatience with the passing of the match. However .. Elgar was out by Bumra at the end of the game in another two minutes today .. India breathed a sigh of relief. How do Indian bowlers bowl on Friday? The outcome of the match depends on that.
Continuing the second innings with 57/2 today, Team India were all out for an unprecedented 198 runs. With that .. India set a target of 212 runs, including a 13-run lead in the first innings. Rishabh Pant (100 not out: 6×4, 4×6 off 139 balls) was the youngest wicketkeeper in Team India to put on an unbeaten century today. Among the South African bowlers, Marco Jansen took four wickets, Rabada and Engidi thirty.