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In South Africa, the live cricket streaming is available on supersport.com, while the live telecast would be available on SuperSport 3 Getty Images

Hosts South Africa take on visitors Sri Lanka on Day Four of the second of the three-Test series at the Newland Stadium in Cape Town on Thursday. The live cricket streaming of the South Africa-Sri Lanka match will be available on tensports.com. Meanwhile, the live cricket telecast will be available on Ten 3 and Ten 1 HD. Also, the fans can enjoy the live streaming of the match on their smartphones via Ozee.com and Ditto TV app. In South Africa, the live cricket streaming is available on supersport.com, while the live telecast would be available on SuperSport 3. Also, the live cricket streaming is available on Sky Network in UK, along with the live telecast on Sky Sports 2, while in USA, the live telecast is available on Willow TV.

Fast bowler Kagiso Rabada said South Africa would rely on the pace and bounce of the Newlands pitch when they press for a series-clinching win in the second Test against Sri Lanka at Newlands. Rabada took two wickets in successive overs to send the tourists plunging towards defeat. Set a massive 507 to win, Sri Lanka were 130 for four at the end of the third day on Wednesday. As in the first innings, the 21-year-old Rabada made a crucial breakthrough to end some stubborn Sri Lankan resistance, reports AFP.

Live Cricket Scorecard, South Africa vs Sri Lanka, 2nd Test at Cape Town

“I bowled it straight. We thought it was close and it went our way. Apparently it was missing. He could have reviewed it so easily but he didn’t. It looked very close and it struck him on the full, so it was unlucky for the batsman,” said Rabada.