Who will win the third and deciding Test, watch every ball right here live.
Where: Cape Town
When: 08.30 (GMT)
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For all the close battles that Australia and South Africa have had over the past few years, only once since the mid-1990s have they entered the last Test of a series with the score even.
That was in the last series in Australia in 2012-13, when the hosts felt they had the better of the first two draws only for South Africa to romp over the top of them in the decider in Perth. For the second successive series between these teams, it comes down to the third and final Test.
There could hardly be a more tantalising location for the decider.
Not only does Newlands boast arguably the finest backdrop in world cricket, it was the scene of the most remarkable of all the recent Tests between these two sides. At this ground in November 2011, Shane Watson and Ryan Harris skittled South Africa for 96, which seemed a pretty darn good effort. Until Australia collapsed for 47.
They were lucky even to get there, having been 21 for 9. For just the third time in Test history, part of all four innings of a Test occurred on one day. Not that the pitch was a minefield – Michael Clarke, Graeme Smith and Hashim Amla all scored hundreds in the same Test.
A dry surface is expected this time around and as in the first two Tests the team batting last may have a difficult task on their hands.
South Africa’s batsmen handled Mitchell Johnson with greater ease on the slower Port Elizabeth pitch than in Centurion and South Africa’s ability to find reverse swing was also critical.
If the hosts can carry their momentum into the Cape Town Test they could secure their first series win at home against Australia since their readmission.