South Africa captain, Hashim Amla, says it will be important to ‘get back to winning ways’ in the fourth Freedom Series Test match against India starting at the Feroz Shah Kotla Stadium in Delhi on Thursday. Although the selectors may be tempted to try other combinations for the series dead-rubber, winning remains the top priority for the squad which has one eye on the four-Test series against England starting at Sahara Stadium Kingsmead in Durban on Boxing Day.In team news, Dale Steyn will miss the match after failing to recover from a groin injury that has kept him out of action since the middle of the first Test match in Mohali, while Kagiso Rabada could be given a break after playing in every match of the series. FULL CRICKET SCORECARD: India vs South Africa 2015, 4th Test at Feroz Shah Kotla

Amla refused to be drawn into controversy regarding Nagpur pitch being rated “poor” by ICC match referee Jeff Crowe and said that his team has moved on from the incident. “Whatever the ICC says, we leave it at that. Whatever has happened in Nagpur has happened. End of the story. We are looking forward to this match,” the soft-spoken Proteas captain made his point at the start of the media conference. While he has had a disastrous series, Amla said that their preparation did not justify the end result. “Preparation has been very good. I don’t think whatever happened in the last Test match will have an impact on the team. It was a difficult Test match for everybody. We have tried to prepare as best as possible on all areas. Unfortunately, the results have not justified it,” Amla added, reported PTI. Hashim Amla: Time to close Nagpur story and focus on Delhi