A video of the Australian batting in the first session, on Day One of the second Test match, at Adelaide. Earlier, skipper Michael Clarke, who won the toss elected to bat first in the second Test match. The hosts ended the first session with 102 runs on the board for the loss of three wickets.
 
The first Test match at the Gabba in Brisbane ended in a tame draw, with one full day of the match was washed out.

South Africa  made two changes for Thursday's second Test against Australia in Adelaide, bringing in leg-spinner Imran Tahir and all-rounder Faf du Plessis, who will make his debut.

Tahir replaces paceman Rory Kleinveldt, who went wicketless in the drawn Brisbane Test, while Du Plessis plays in place of the injured JP Duminy.