Thanks to Ben Stokes, England are on their way to an amazing comeback over South Africa leaving the Proteas to chase 438 runs in their 2nd innings on the fourth day of the test should they wish to win this Test.
England ended their second innings 391-8 declared with Dom Sibley reaching 133 not out followed by a Ben Stokes who made 72 before being caught out by Rassie van der Dussen from a ball off Keshav Maharaj.
Joe Root also contributed 61 runs to the comeback before a pitch from Dwaine Pretorius had him caught out by Faf du Plessis.
Stokes managed his onslaught of 72 runs off 47 balls scoring seven fours and three sixes.
Proteas bowler Anrich Nortjie took 3 wickets from 18 overs followed by Kagiso Rabada who took 2 wickets from 20 overs and Keshav Maharaj who also took 2 wickets from 43 overs.
South Africa who won the first test of the series by 107 runs now find themselves on the backend as they face a major uphill battle on day 4 of the second test trying to chase 438 runs to clinch a victory.
As it currently stands South Africa have started their second inning and, at the time of this post being written, they find themselves 34-0 after 12 overs. They currently need 404 runs to cause an upset and win this Test match against England.