March 6-10, 2009

South Africa v Australia, 2nd Test, Durban

Australia 352 (Hughes 115, Katich 108) and 331 for 5 dec (Hughes 160, Ponting 81) beat South Africa 138 (Duminy 73*, Johnson 3-37, McDonald 3-25) and 370 (Kallis 93, de Villiers 84, Siddle 3-61, Katich 3-45) by 175 runs
Scorecard and ball-by-ball details

Match package

5th day
Bulletin - Australia stay No. 1 after series win
Brydon Coverdale - The 'Ponting Age' has truly begun
Alex Brown - The dead rubber than transformed a team
Quotes - Expectation had nothing to do with loss - Smith
Quotes - Proud of how we bounced back - Ponting
Audio - Daryll Cullinan: SA looked really disjointed
Plays of the day - Some catchin, lovin, and joggin
Gallery - Bowlers combine to seal series win for Australia

4th day
Bulletin - South Africa's task goes from impossible to improbable
Brydon Coverdale - Australia miss full-time spinner
Quotes - Amla confident of SA playing out final day
Plays of the day - A Sparrow, a sequel, and an A-grade AB
Gallery - Kallis and de Villiers fifties prop up SA

3rd day
Bulletin - Hughes and Ponting punish South Africa
Brydon Coverdale - Australia have their 'Phil', and how
Quotes - South Africa face uphill battle
Plays of the day - Asad twitches, Hughes sways
Gallery - Hughes and Ponting take Australia higher

2nd day
Bulletin - Johnson leaves South Africa bloodied and broken
Brydon Coverdale Pace is back
Quotes - Australia look to avoid a Melbourne
Plays of the day - Slow death, and the mamba strikes
News - Injured Smith unlikely for third Test
Gallery - Australian quicks dominate as South Africa crumble
Audio - Daryll Cullinan: 'South Africa haven't been up to it'

1st day
Bulletin - Hughes and Katich give Australia a solid platform
Brydon Coverdale - Flat South Africa slow off the blocks
Quotes - Hughes carves his name in Australia's history
Plays of the day - Hot shots and Hot Spot
Gallery - Hughes and Katich tons drive Australia

Preview package

Preview - Mature South Africa look to bounce back
Quotes - Arthur aims to contain Hughes and North
Quotes - Siddle and Hilfenhaus likely to play
News - Magoffin joins injury-hit Australia
Brydon Coverdale - McGain faces uphill battle to debut
Stats - South Africa aim to emulate fightback
News - ICC expands referral trials to include Hot Spot