Best performances - Batsmen
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The ICC has handed official warnings under its pitch and outfield monitoring process to Kingsmead in Durban and the Queen's Park Oval in Port of Spain
Kingsmead has provided an assurance that the outfield issue which caused the Test between South Africa and New Zealand to be abandoned will not affect any other matches this season
Kingsmead's outfield disrupted what was shaping up to be an intriguing match with both teams being asked tough questions, and it leaves them facing a winner-takes-all contest
The match referees of the Durban and Trinidad Tests, Andy Pycroft and Ranjan Madugalle respectively, have rated the two outfields for the matches as "poor"
Concerns over player safety on a soft outfield caused three abandoned days in the Durban Test, despite both teams being "very keen" to get on the park
Ross Taylor's batting average against SA in Tests - his worst against any team. SA are the only team against whom Taylor hasn't hit a fifty yet.
No. of times Steyn and Philander have dismissed Martin Guptill in Tests. Guptill averages just 15.71 runs per dismissal against SA's opening bowlers.
No. of batsmen in SA's top-order (No. 1-7) in this innings who got a start scoring at least 10 runs facing 30 or more balls but got out without scoring a fifty.
SA's scoring rate in ten overs after Tea. In ten overs before that they had scored just 10 runs.
Runs scored by South Africa in the last-ten overs to Tea. Their scoring rate in the innings dropped from 3.04 to 2.70 over the ten overs.
No. of times South Africa have lost four wickets before scoring 150 runs in their last ten innings in Durban. They were 4 down for 106 in this inns.
Consecutive fifty-plus scores by Hashim Amla in Test innings against. This is Amla's 9th score of 50 or more in just 14 innings against them.
Hashim Amla's batting average in Tests in Durban, his home venue - his worst any venue where he has played more than one Test.
Ave. opening stand in Tests at home for SA since their last century opening partnership, v IND, in Durban in 2013. SA have had 2 fifty stands in last 17 inns