W.I Cricketers Hope For More Wickets Against South Africa On Day Two Of First Test

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W.I Cricketers Hope For More Wickets Against South Africa On Day Two Of First Test

West Indies cricketers will need to get two more wickets tomorrow to end South Africa’s first innings on day two of the first test match at Centurion.

The home side will resume play on 314 for 8.

On day one, Tuesday, the home side got good scores from openers Aiden Markram 115 and Dean Elgar 71 runs.

Markram’s inning included eighteen fours.

Elgar struck eleven boundaries.

The two put on 141runs for the first wicket.

Alzarri Joseph was the main wicket taker with figures of 3 for 60 from 16 overs.

There was one wicket each for Kemar Roach, Kyle Mayers, Shanon Gabriel and Jason Holder.

South Africa is ranked fourth on the ICC World Test Championship.

West Indies is sixth on the standings.

The Caribbean side played to a draw in their first match of the tour against a South African Invitational XI.

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