England vs South Africa 4th Test Day 3 Highlights – Aug 6, 2017

Watch Eng v SA highlights today – fourth test day three from Old Trafford Manchester, Cricket Ground, Talbot Road, Manchester, M16 0PX (England) Sunday 6th August 2017. Till end of the first session day three England lead by 189 runs with 8 wickets remaining. South Africa scored 226 runs in their first innings all out in 72.1 overs. D Elgar gone with duck, HG Kuhn contributed 24 runs, HM Amla scored 30, T Bavuma tried his best with scoring 46 runs, Captain himself F du Plessis scored 27, Q de Kock † 24. JM Anderson took four wickets, SCJ Broad three, MM Ali two and TS Roland-Jones one remaining wicket.

England won the toss and elected to bat

England team
AN Cook, KK Jennings, T Westley, JE Root (c), DJ Malan, BA Stokes, JM Bairstow †, MM Ali, TS Roland-Jones, SCJ Broad, JM Anderson.

South Africa team
K Rabada, D Elgar, HG Kuhn, HM Amla, Q de Kock †, F du Plessis (c), T Bavuma, TB de Bruyn, KA Maharaj, M Morkel, D Olivier.

Lunch – Day 3 England lead by 189 runs with 8 wickets remaining, they scored 53 runs with two wickets down, AN Cook scored 10 runs off 19 balls and out when 6.1 driven and gone! Cook lines up the drive, away from his body, finds a thick edge and de Bruyn in the gully cleans up! Reward for Morkel, who has been brilliant all Test, and just a hint of an opening for South Africa 16/1. T Westley contributed just nine and dismissed when it was 10.6 edged to gully! Is this the innings for Morkel? Goes full outside off, brings the drive from Westley, he slices across the ball a little and it’s safely taken at waist height 30/2.

Match Timings: 11am start, Lunch 13.00-13.40, Tea 15.40-16.00, Close 18.00

South Africa tour of England 4th Test Highlights

Umpires – Aleem Dar, Kumar Dharmasena, Joel Wilson, Tom Lungley, Ranjan Madugalle.

South Africa 226 (Bavuma 46, Anderson 4-38) trail England 362 by 136 runs
Live scorecard and ball-by-ball commentary

James Anderson was denied a maiden five-wicket haul at Old Trafford, but still finished with figures of 4 for 38 in 17 overs, his best in seven Tests on his home ground, as England wrapped up South Africa’s first innings for 226 on the third morning of the fourth Investec Test.

The final wicket was, however, claimed from the James Anderson End, when Stuart Broad, who had resumed midway through his 15th over following last night’s dismissal of Kagiso Rabada, had Duanne Olivier caught on the pull for 4, his spiralling top-edge nestling in Jonny Bairstow’s gloves.