Australian fast-bowler Peter Siddle speaks about Australia‘s position after the second day of the second Test match against South Africa at Port Elizabeth.


Australia who allowed South Africa to post a huge 423 in their first-innings were in reply shot out for just 246 which has now allowed the home side the edge in what promises to be an exciting encounter.


Siddle also said that Australia were frustrated at the lack of wickets during the South African innings and maintained that his side would now have to step their game a notch to have any chance of winning the match.


Starting their innings at 214 for the loss of five wickets on Day Two morning, both the overnight not out batsmen, AB de Villiers and JP Duminy played brilliantly in the morning session, adding over a 100 runs to propel South Africa’s first innings score.