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Shock to South Africa before the second test against India, star players out

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India vs South Africa second test from January 3
Team India trails 0-1 in the 2-match test series

New Delhi. The troubles of the South African cricket team are not showing any sign of abating. Before the second and last Test match of the 2-match series against India, host South Africa has suffered blow after blow. First captain Temba Bavuma was ruled out of the second Test and now the star player has also been ruled out of the second Test to be played in Cape Town. Cricket South Africa has confirmed that young fast bowler Gerald Coetzee has been ruled out of the second test match. Coetzee was part of the South African team in the Boxing Day Test match.

Right-arm fast bowler Gerald Coetzee has been ruled out of the second Test match against India due to injury. India vs South Africa (IND vs SA) second test match will be played at Newlands, Cape Town from 2 January. Coetzee bowled 21 overs in both the innings in the Centurion Test match. During this period he got one wicket. He had spent 74 runs in 16 overs in the first innings.

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Lungi Ngidi may get a chance

With Gerald Coetzee out, fast bowler Lungi Ngidi may get a chance in the second test match. Ngidi could not play in the first test match due to ill health. He is ready to return in the second test. Cricket South Africa has written on social media that Coetzee has been ruled out of the second test due to a problem between his thighs.

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