India managed to survive the entirety of Day One © AFP and Getty Images
India managed to survive the entirety of Day One © AFP and Getty Images

India resume Day Two of the fourth test against South Africa at 231 for 7 with Ajinkya Rahane still unbeaten on 89 at the crease. India started off slowly but made a steady start. The then lost wickets in a hurry, with a few batsmen getting out after getting starts. Virat Kohli and Rahane put on 70 for the fourth wicket, which was a crucial one as India had lost a couple of wickets in quick succession at that time. Kohli was dismissed for 44 in one of the most bizarre dismissals, but played a flawless innings. Rohit Sharma then, threw his wicket away despite being dropped just a few deliveries earlier. Live Cricket Scorecard: India vs South Africa 2015, 4th Test at Delhi

Wriddhiman Saha too could not hang around for long.  For South Africa, Dane Piedt was the pick of the bowlers as he finished with the day with figures of 4 for 101. Kyle Abbott also bowled well and picked up the other three wickets to fall. South Africa will look to wrap up the Indian innings as soon as possible. India on the other hand will hope Rahane gets to a hundred and can take India past the  300-run mark, something that no team has achieved in this series so far.Live cricket updates: India vs South Africa 2015, 4th Test, Day 2 at Delhi

On Day One, India had won the toss and elected to bat first. Kohli has now won the toss and all four matches in this series. India went in for a fast bowler in place of spinner as Umesh Yadav came into the side ahead of Amit Mishra. For South Africa, Piedt made the cur ahead of Simon Harmer, Abbott instead of Kagiso Rabada and Temba Bavuma made the cut in place of Stiaan Van Zyl. READ: Ajinkya Rahane guides India to 231-7 at stumps vs South Africa in 4th Test, Day 1 at Delhi