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IF THE second cricket Test between England and South Africa, which gets under way on Saturday at Kings Park, Durban, is anything like the one played last weekend, spectators are in for a treat.
In a wonderful advertisement for the five-day version of the game, the first Test went down to the wire as England scratched out a draw in the furnace that was SuperSport Park.
With Dale Steyn still making good progress with his hamstring injury all eyes will be on whether he is included in the playing 11 when the team is announced today.
If he is fit, last week's debutant Friedel de Wet will likely carry the drinks.
Taking an impressive five wickets, De Wet was the cause of the England middle order collapse in their second innings, nearly handing the Proteas a win.
England will know they got out of jail with a draw.
l The game will be aired live on SuperSport2 and SABC3, starting at 9.30am.