Stuart Broad will want to finish off with a five wicket haul © Getty Images
Stuart Broad will want to finish off with a five wicket haul © Getty Images

Hosts South Africa take on visitors England on Day 3 of the first of the four-match Test series at the Kingsmead Stadium in Durban on Monday. South Africa are already reeling of an unfortunate 3- Test series loss against India earlier this month, as they aim to recover back against a visiting England at their home. South Africa would aim to seize this moment and get back to the winning ways, owing to the home advantage. However, England are now a force to reckon with. Although they lost their previous Test series to Pakistan in UAE by 0-2, they would definitely aim to cause an upset to the wounded South African side, thanks to India. Live Cricket Scorecard: South Africa vs England, 1st Test at Durban

England bowlers has been up to the mark, to be more specific Stuart Broad. Going into stumps on Day 2 South Africa are 137 for 4 trailing England by 166 runs with six wickets in hand. Broad has looked apart from all of the other bowler’s on display. Coming into the final session AB de Villiers and Dean Elgar would have been in confidence playing Broad and Co with considerable ease. Elgar having batted through the day would be satisfied with his knock of 67 not out. De Villiers who absorbed everything the English bowler had to offer, got out at the cusp of a half century. Prior to his dismissal Broad kept in teasing him around the off-stump line and as a reward picked him up in the fourth ball of the 32nd over. Dean Elgar has looked fairly decent after a poor tour of India. Both De Villiers and  Elgar had more aggressive against Moeen Ali, hitting him for sixes. LIVE CRICKET UPDATES: South Africa vs England 2015-16, 1st Test at Durban, Day 3