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Rest well, India. Our seamers are waiting…

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South African bowler Kagiso Rabada is embraced by teammates after he had taken his fifth wicket on day five of the first Test cricket match between Australia and South Africa in Perth on 7 November, 2016. Picture: AFP. © AFP South African bowler Kagiso Rabada is embraced by teammates after he had taken his fifth wicket on day five of the first Test cricket match between Australia and South Africa in Perth on 7 November, 2016. Picture: AFP.

The two best Test Cricket nations in the world – India and South Africa - square off for the second time this year at SuperSport Park in Centurion on Saturday.

The first day’s play will commence at 10:00am.

The weather looks as though it’ll be hot and dry for all five days.

A jittery India will hope to avoid a series defeat after being outplayed by South Africa in the first of three Test matches.

Centurion will probably offer pace and bounce, suiting Morne Morkel and Kagiso Rabada, the world’s top-ranked bowler.

Mandy Wiener, on The Midday Report, interviewed legend-of-legends Makhaya Ntini.

He spoke about Rabada’s rise to the top.

He also previewed the upcoming clash between the Test Cricket heavyweights.

Listen to the interview in the audio below 

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