Chasing a victory target of 287, India will resume their second innings at the overnight score of 35 for 3 on the final day of the Centurion Test today. When the stumps were drawn yesterday, Cheteshwar Pujara on 11 and Parthiv Patel on 5 were at the crease, with India needing 252 runs to win the Test and level the 3-match series, 1-1. 

Skipper Virat Kohli and openers Murali Vijay and Lokesh Rahul were the wickets that fell.Earlier in the day, South Africa was all out for 258. In the first innings, India had posted 307, in reply to 335 made by the hosts.The Proteas had won the first Test at Cape Town by 72 runs.

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