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David Warner's stump goes cartwheeling

South Africa v Australia, 3rd Test, Cape Town, 2nd day

Rabada turns up heat after Elgar carries bat

Kagiso Rabada won a brief and breathless battle with David Warner on the second day in Cape Town after Dean Elgar earlier became the first player in Test history to carry his bat twice in the same year

Pat Cummins celebrates the wicket of Temba Bavuma

South Africa v Australia, 3rd Test, Cape Town, 1st day

Elgar stands firm as Cummins leads Aussie revival

Pat Cummins' afternoon spell turned the tables on South Africa, after Dean Elgar and AB de Villiers had laid a very promising platform

Faf du Plessis and Kagiso Rabada at a training session

South Africa v Australia, 3rd Test, Cape Town

Rabada reprieve adds spice to simmering contest

South Africa will be buoyed by the availability of No. 1 Test bowler Kagiso Rabada while Australia hope to have Mitchells Starc and Marsh fit

AB de Villiers scored his 22nd Test century

South Africa v Australia. 2nd Test, Port Elizabeth

De Villiers and Rabada tighten South Africa's grip

After the batsman hit his first Test century in more than three years and one of his finest, the quick took three wickets to hurt Australia further on the third day in Port Elizabeth

AB de Villiers prepares to sweep

South Africa v Australia, 2nd Test, Port Elizabeth, 2nd day

De Villiers' mastery secures South Africa lead

Half-century from Hashim Amla and Dean Elgar also helped counter Australia's reverse swing in Port Elizabeth

Kagiso Rabada celebrates a wicket with his team-mates

South Africa v Australia, 2nd Test, Port Elizabeth, 1st day

Rabada's five-for puts South Africa in command

Kagiso Rabada turned the match around for South Africa in the space of two overs, ripping through Australia with the use of reverse swing

Aiden Markram raised a defiant fifty

South Africa v Australia, 2nd Test, Port Elizabeth

Back to cricket after Warner-de Kock saga

Australia have a chance to take an unassailable lead, South Africa have an opportunity to build on an improved performance in Durban. That's all that matters in Port Elizabeth.