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Rabada grabs five to leave Australia reeling

10 March 2018, 01:33 | Silvia Roy

Rabada grabs five to leave Australia reeling

South Africa's Faf du Plessis left celebrates with his team after taking the wicket of Australia's Usman Khawaja on the third day of the second cricket test between South Africa and Australia at St. George's Park in Port Elizabeth South Africa Sunday

Rabada now has five demerit points on his disciplinary record and the brush with Smith could take him to eight and a two-Test suspension.

Australia vice-captain David Warner is free to play in the second Test against South Africa after he accepted an ICC charge of bringing the game into disrepute today.

Warner has dominated the headlines following a clash with De Kock in the first Test that saw both players charged by the ICC, the Australian now just one demerit point away from suspension.

Australia's David Warner leaves the field after losing his wicket on the third day of the second cricket test between South Africa and Australia at St. George's Park in Port Elizabeth South Africa Sunday
Rabada grabs five to leave Australia reeling

Rabada took five wickets in 18 balls in a blistering spell just before and after tea at St. George's Park, sending the Australians slumping from 161-3.

South Africa reached 1-39 at the close of play, trailing by 204 runs and sweating on the outcome of Rabada's brush with Smith.

Nigidi picked up the final two wickets but not before the tourists added 61 as Paine batted superbly with the tail to finish with 36 as the last man out.

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Rabada took 5/96 in Australia's first innings. After being given out by on-field by Kumar Dharmasena, Smith reviewed the decision.

Australia won the opening test of the four-match series by 118 runs.

The outcome is crucially important to South Africa, for should the charge be upheld against Rabada, the paceman will be ruled out of the remainder of the series.

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Warner, under scrutiny following the unsavory incident with de Kock, made 63 at the top of the order only for Australia to slip up badly in the second session, when they lost five wickets for 72 having been 98-1 at lunch.

Although the incident did not appear to be particularly serious, Rabada's fellow fast bowler Vernon Philander effectively confirmed there was some concern among the South Africans.

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