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Friday, February 12, 2010

India vs South Africa 2nd Test 2010 - Live

The second test 2010 between India and South Africa is now a battle for being test cricket champion for 2010. A win can only make India the ICC test champion of the year 2010 while even a draw is beneficial for the Proteas. After superb win in first test, South Africa is in top form in each and every department of cricket. India may be hopeful for second test as players like VVS Laxman, Sreesanth and Rohit Sharma may return for the second test.

2nd Test: India v South Africa at Kolkata
Date: Feb 14-18 Time: 09:15 local, 03:45 GMT

The pitch at Kolkata may be a turning one with full help for the spinners. Indian spin department looks better but the way Paul Harris bowled in 1st test proves that he can be a great threat. The current South African team can be considered to be one of strongest one with Dale Steyn and Morkel in great form along with great batting from Hasim Amla and Jacques Kallis.

For India Laxman is expected to be fully fit. Dinesh Karthik will be backing him in case of being unfit. Here is Indian squad for 2nd test:

MS Dhoni (capt/wk), Virender Sehwag, Gautam Gambhir, Murali Vijay, Sachin Tendulkar, VVS Laxman, S Badrinath, Harbhajan Singh, Amit Mishra, Zaheer Khan, Sreesanth, Ishant Sharma, Pragyan Ojha, Dinesh Kartik, Suresh Raina.

Watch Ind vs SA 2nd  test 2010 at Kolkata - LIVE:

On Internet : will provide free live video streaming of the series. It is available in India and some neighboring parts. The official sites of TV channels may have live stream of the series. Click here for more details.

On TV: Neo Cricket will be showing the matches live in India, Nepal, Bangladesh and few other countries. As its a test match, Doordarshan will not be showing it. Similarly, Sky Sports in UK, Supersport in South Africa, Zee Sports in USA will broadcast the series. Check out more TV channels for Ind vs SA.

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