South Africa 183-2 against Australia at lunch

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Shukriya Pakistan

Perth: South Africa was working itself into a strong position in the first Test against Australia at the WACA Ground in Perth on Saturday.

After trailing by just two runs in the first innings, the visitors were 183 for two at lunch on the third day, an overall lead of 181 with eight wickets in hand.

Dean Elgar was on 69 and JP Duminy was on 74, the pair having added 138.

With Dale Steyn unable to bowl in the second innings due to a shoulder injury, the South Africans will be looking to set Australia a big target.

 

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