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Rabada help South Africa keep Australia in check heading into fourth day

Rabada help South Africa keep Australia in check heading into fourth day

On Sunday, Rabada clean-bowled Warner for 13 with a superb delivery that jagged back into the left-hander and hit his off-stump.

Having made a decision to take a break from the longest format in 2016, only returning in December 2017, de Villiers admitted he was determined to prove that he was still capable of producing match-defining performances in Test cricket.

De Villiers, having steadied after a post-tea collapse of 4-28 on day two, batted sublimely to register his 22nd test century in 117 balls.

Fast bowler Kagiso Rabada, under threat of a suspension which could rule him out of the rest of the four-Test series, made a key breakthrough for South Africa when he bowled David Warner for 13 during a hostile opening spell in which his fastest delivery was timed at 151 kmh.

Khawaja completed his half-century as Australia went past the deficit and soon claimed the lead. He was the anchor in late partnerships of 44 with Quinton de Kock, 84 with Vernon Philander (36) and 58 off just 43 balls with Keshav Maharaj (30).

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The major problem for South Africa is that Rabada, the team's No. 1 strike bowler, may be banned for those decisive last two games after he was charged with misconduct for bumping into Australia captain Steve Smith after getting him out in the first innings.

Rabada's is the fourth player disciplinary case of the series so far after Australia's Lyon and Warner and South Africa's de Kock were all found guilty of bringing the game into disrepute in the first test in Durban, where Australia won by 118 runs.

"Well it'll be handy for us not to have to face him, that's for sure", said Australia assistant coach David Saker.

Rabada had earlier courted more trouble ahead of a hearing on Sunday night (Monday morning AEDT) that was set to nearly certainly confirm his suspension for the rest of the series.

South Africa's best batsman set up the winning position.

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Rabada, recently ranked the No. 1 bowler in test cricket, has also previously been disciplined three times for his actions after dismissing batsmen and served a one-test ban in England previous year.

The 22-year-old paceman screamed in delight as he walked in front of Warner, and the ICC have deemed that it could be in breach of their code of conduct. Like a lot of really good bowlers he gets wickets in clumps and puts pressure on the new batters.

"It felt like 10 out of 10 to get my hundred, it was right up there with one of my best, and I was very nervous in the 90s".

"I know there are times after a couple of overs you just give the umpire a tap and say "sorry" and they understand".

"There was a lot of emotion from that last Test match going into this one and once again, as a fast bowler, you want to prove things to people and you want to show everyone you belong on this stage", he said. I told Vern I was struggling to breathe and my legs went numb.

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