Phew, what a game. Australia win by five wickets, to end a run of five defeats. And it was a superb chase of a big total, even more so after that early problems when they were three down. Warner and Maxwell added 161 for the fourth wicket before their dismissals gave South Africa hope at the very end. Some of the home side's bowling, though, struggled today. Wiese and Tahir went for 105 in their eight overs, although credit to Australia for the way they were targeted. Steyn had an issue with full tosses on his return (but he wasn't the only one) and Rabada did not have quite enough to defend in the final over. It all means we have a deciding match in Cape Town on Wednesday before the teams head off to the World T20. Sorry I couldn't use much of your feedback towards the end, it all got a bit hectic. I'm afraid I won't hear the post-match interviews, so we'll have to leave it there. But we'll have all the reaction later. Meanwhile, if you want to continue your cricket fix the Asia Cup final is now underway as a 15-over affair in Mirpur so head over and join our colleagues for that. For now, though, from Andrew McGlashan and Alan Gardner it's goodbye and thanks for joining us.
Two to win. One for a Super over. Fielders running everywhere. Would SA take a Super over?
5 off 3
8 off 4 needed
It's the finisher. James Faulkner
Ziyad: "Rabada needs to pull an Aizaz Cheema." He's started well.
Arun: "Rabada stopped Dhoni once, can he do it with David now?" There's your answer
Here's Rabada. 11 to defend
Mitchell Marsh the new man. Warner on strike
A fantastic innings is over. But this isn't over yet. You still have to fancy Australia. Just.
16 off 9 needed
Zander: "SA have bowled 14 full tosses so far. It has cost them 40 runs. Absolutely pathetic!" I haven't double-checked that maths
Two overs to go. 18 runs needed. This has been one of the great T20 partnerships. Morris to bowl, so Rabada saved for the last. Will he have anything to defend?