It is even-steven in the third Test at Cape Town with England slipping to 241 for 7 in reply to South Africa’s 291. As many as 11 wickets fell down on the second day’s play.
South Africa resuming play on 279 for 6 lost their remaining four wickets in just under three overs with the addition of just 12 more runs. Overnight centurion Kallis was dismissed in the first ball he faced. James Anderson did the cleaning up job finishing with a five wicket haul.
England in their innings were in early trouble at 36 for 3. They finished the day at 241 for 7 in 82 overs with contributions coming in from Alastair Cook (65), Ian Bell (48) and Matt Prior who is unbeaten on 52. Morne Morkel and Dale Steyn took three wickets each for SA.