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Stuart Broad’s fiery spell and his three wickets gave England a slight advantage at the end of the Day 2 of the first Test against South Africa at Durban. South Africa were 137 for four at stumps, trailing England by more 166 runs. Broad dismissed opener Stiaan van Zyl as well as South Africa’s two pillars in batting, skipper Hashim Amla and AB de Villiers, to finish the day with 3 for 16 from his ten overs. Opener Dean Elgar remained unbeaten on 67* along side Temba Bevuma at 10 going into stumps. Moeen Ali was the other wicket taker for England, luckily picking up Faf du Plessis who has been in really bad patch with the bat. Live Cricket Scorecard: South Africa vs England, 1st Test at Durban Day 3

In the earlier session for South Africa, Morne Morkel and Dale Steyn finished with four wickets each as England lost six wickets in an extended first session. Morkel took all of his four wickets before lunch, including a spell of three wickets for no runs off six balls,while Steyn took four for 70 dismissing the final wicket for England as they were bowled our for 303. Nick Compton,top scored for England who made a slow 85 off 236 balls. Broad made a game changing  32 not out in a last wicket stand of 36 with Steven Finn frustrating the South African bowlers. LIVE CRICKET UPDATES: South Africa vs England 2015-16, 1st Test at Durban, Day 3

Elgar also reached his 1000 runs in Test, playing his 22nd match when batting on 35. He also went to a 93-ball fifty with a straight six off Ali.