India need three wickets to win Durban TestBy IANS
Wednesday, December 29, 2010
DURBAN - India need just three wickets to win the second cricket Test as they reduced South Africa to 181 for seven in their second innings at lunch on the fourth day at Kingsmead here Wednesday.
Chasing a target of 303 runs, South Africa resumed at 111 for three, but lost four wickets in the morning session.
Zaheer Khan picked up two wickets and S.Sreesanth and Harbhajan Singh took one wicket each in the session.
Ashwell Prince (28), the only recognised batsman in the team, and spinner Paul Harris (7) were battling it out for the hosts.