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SA need 115 runs against WI on Day-5 to win Cape Town test

South Africa cricket team is on the door to win Sir Vivian Richard Trophy 2014-15 against West Indies as Proteas needs 115 runs to win Cape Town test on Day-5. West Indies team all out on 215 runs in their second innings of match and set a target of 124 for South Africa on the very last day of 3rd test match. SA made 9 runs in their second innings of match with the loss of one wicket. Hence they are required another 115 runs with 9 wickets remaining.

South Africa needs 124 runs to win Sir Vivian Richards Trophy 2014-15 against West indies in Cape town.

Simon Harmer and Dale Steyn broke the bone of Caribbean batting line up on day-4 of the final test match. Harmer took four wickets and Steyn dismissed three West Indies batsmen in the 2nd innings. Marlon Samuels and Shiv Chanderpaul tried hard to keep scoring runs and took West Indies at the good position in match but they were failed to do that. Both batsmen hit fifties but failed to convert those in big hundreds.

West Indies lost last 5 wickets in just 11 runs difference which may cause them Cape Town test. The only thing that can save Caribbean side is that if rain comes on day-5 and they don’t need to bowl. Even if the match ends at draw or no result, South Africa will clinch the Sir Vivian Richards Trophy as they won first test match by 220 runs and an inning; and second test match ended at draw. So West Indies need to win this match to draw the series.

Proteas needs to play sensibly as the ball is turning and they may face problems too. Sulieman Benn has taken first wicket of Alviro Peterson in the second innings. So South Africa has to be focused to win.

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