Marlon Samuels started slow but is stepping on the gas now © Getty Images
Marlon Samuels started slow but is stepping on the gas now © Getty Images

Marlon Samuels and Darren Sammy have put on a solid 80 run partnership to boost West Indies past 150 against South Africa in the fourth One-Day International (ODI) of the series. Samuels has scored more than 60 whereas Sammy is inching towards a half-century. Given how the top-order were collapsing, at one point it looked like West Indies would be all-out for about 150 but these two have built slowly and will now have an eye trained on victory though adavntage is still with South Africa

In the first innings South Africa recovered to score 262 for eight from 76 for four. David Miller starred with the bat scoring 130 of 133 deliveries. The West Indian bowlers put on a good show otherwise. Skipper, Jason Holder bagged a four wicket haul, two wickets of which came in the final over. Apart from Miller, only JP Duminy put up a fight with bat, scoring 43 and forging a crucial 90-run partnership with him.

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