Skipper Faf du Plessis is unbeaten at 56    Getty Images
Skipper Faf du Plessis is unbeaten at 56 Getty Images

To have a result on the final day of the first Test, New Zealand bagged a crucial wicket of Dean Elgar for 89 on Day Four at University Oval in Dunedin. South Africa ended the day on 224 for 6 taking lead of 191. However, the deciding day might get hampered with rains forecasted. The streaming of the match will be available on OSN Play, Foxtel Go and SKY GO. As for the live cricket telecast, it will be available on Sky Sport 1 in New Zealand, Fox Sports 2 in Australia, SuperSport in South Africa, Sky Sports in United Kingdom (UK) and OSN Sports in the Middle East. Live Cricket Score: New Zealand vs South Africa, 1st Test

Elgar kept New Zealand at bay as he was approaching yet another century. However, Jeetan Patel got the better of Elgar at 89 and kept New Zealand s hopes alive. Patel also got the wicket of Quinton de Kock, for the fourth consecutive innings on this tour. Despite the fall of Elgar s wicket and marred by rains twice, South Africa captain Faf du Plessis, who secured his 11th Test fifty and Vernon Philander remained unbeaten on 56 and 1 respectively. The game ended 20 minutes early due to bad light once again. The day also saw sloppy fielding from the hosts with dropped catch by Tom Latham of JP Duminy.

Neil Wagner achieved success claiming two wickets of Duminy and Hashim Amla. Mitchell Santner bagged his first wicket claiming Temba Bavuma for 6. New Zealand s pacer Trent Boult sustained an injury which further hampered the hosts’ progress and this meant the workload increased tremendously for Wagner.