The Proteas have won their third consecutive Test series in Australia, after thrashing Australia by an innings and 80 runs in Hobart on Tuesday, writes TOM SIZELAND.
A Quinton de Kock ton lifted the Proteas to 326, before Kyle Abbott struck in the first over to leave Australia on 54-1 in their second innings on day three of the second Test in Hobart on Monday.
Heavy rain in Hobart forced play to be abandoned on day two of the second Test between Australia and the Proteas without a ball being bowled.
A scintillating day of Test cricket saw the Proteas build an 86-run lead after 15 wickets fell on day one of the second Test in Hobart, Australia on Saturday, writes TOM SIZELAND.
Aussie paceman Josh Hazlewood admits that he is searching for an answer to the Proteas’ reverse-swing bowling.
Proteas spinner Keshav Maharaj will stick to the same game plan if selected to play in the second Test against Australia starting in Hobart on Saturday.