South Africa will resume their second innings at the overnight score of 90 for two on fourth day of the second cricket Test against India at Centurion today. 

AB de Villiers on 50 and Deal Elgar 36 were at the crease when bad light forced closure of play in the final session of the third day yesterday. 

The hosts now have a lead of 118 runs with 8 wickets remaining. 

Earlier, India posted 307 in their first innings, conceding 28-run lead. Skipper Virat Kohli was the last man out after a fighting 153-run knock. 
South Africa is leading the three-Test series 1-0, as they won the first Test in Cape Town by 72 runs.

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