Graeme Pollock, 274 v Australia, Durban
Part two: Ian Chappell on the best centuries he has watched. No. 2: Graeme Pollock's 274 v Australia in Durban
Producer: Ranjit Shinde
1.5 JE Taylor to AD Hales, 4 runs, back-foot drive! Same shot, really, but with a fractional recalibration from cover to point. Timed so sweetly | Sep 21, 2017
1.4 JE Taylor to AD Hales, 4 runs, crunched! Too full, no swing, and Hales leans onto the front foot to present a powerful full face through the covers | Sep 21, 2017
0.5 JO Holder to AD Hales, 1 run, blocked to point and that's a crazy single! Kyle Hope swoops and shies, and Bairstow would have been gone by half the pitch! | Sep 21, 2017
0.2 JO Holder to JM Bairstow, 4 runs, on the toes, too predictable from Holder, and Bairstow clips it fiercely away through square leg | Sep 21, 2017
With South Africa keen to play the Boxing Day Test against Zimbabwe as a four-day match, Gaurav Kalra, Ajit Agarkar and Shaun Tait discuss the viability of the proposal made by CSA | Sep 21, 2017
A round-up of what made the headlines on September 20 | Sep 21, 2017
All the latest from the County Championship as Surrey's Kumar Sangakkara reaches three figures again to scupper Somerset's survival bid. | Sep 20, 2017
Kuldeep Yadav believes that David Warner takes too much stress while facing him, and the ODI series against Australia is a good opportunity for his game to mature | Sep 20, 2017
Rachel Haynes looks forward to leading Australia into the Ashes in the absence of Meg Lanning | Sep 20, 2017
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