Ind vs SA 2nd ODI highlights live cricket score and streaming India vs South Africa Gwalior watch online highlights Neo cricket

Posted by Parasshuram on February 24th, 2010 in Cricket | 1 Comment

Watch Live streaming and Live scores of the 2nd ODI between India vs South Africa (IND vs SA) which will be played at the Sawai Mansing stadium in Gwalior on Wednesday, Feb 24 2010. The Day/Night match start time is 2-30 pm local (09.00 GMT. The match is telecasted live on Neo Cricket  TV Channel.

India won the  1st ODI by just ONE run, watch the HIGHLIGHTS HERE.

Sachin Tendulkar valiantly  saved the boundary by a full stretch dive in the final over of the match and saved a run, which won the match for India. In fact India should have won this match easily.

India has won the Toss and elected to Bat first

Indian team is unchanged. South Africa have made 3 changes – Hashim Amla, JP Duminy and Roelof van der Merwe are in. Loots Bosman, Albie Morkel and Johan Botha are out.

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South Africa will look to win this match and level the series, wheras India will want to win the match and win the series.

Gwalior has been a happy hunting ground for India, winning seven out of nine ODIs there.

Pitch and Conditions :

The curator of the Gwalior pitch has guaranteed a 300-plus batting surface.  The spinners may get some assistance as the match progresses. The forecast for Wednesday is sunshine, with a maximum of 28 degrees.

The teams are as follows :

INDIA : SR Tendulkar, V Sehwag, V Kohli, MS Dhoni*†, SK Raina, YK Pathan, KD Karthik, RA Jadeja, P Kumar, A Nehra, S Sreesanth

SA : HM Amla, HH Gibbs, JH Kallis*, AB de Villiers, JP Duminy, AN Petersen, MV Boucher†, RE van der Merwe, WD Parnell, DW Steyn, CK Langeveldt


“Each of the 16 players in the squad is capable. Winning or losing, we will try to get the best combination. The quicker we get the combination the better. Rotation will go much longer than this tour.” South Africa coach Corrie van Zyl

“You have to see the status of player before the World Cup. Injuries keep coming on. We will try to rotate players so that the best 11-12 players are there at that time.” MS Dhoni


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