Elgar, Markram make Bangladesh pay for poor bowling

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Having failed to take advantage of favourable first Test conditions, the Bangladesh batsmen have a chance to make amends against the least experienced bowling line-up South Africa have fielded in many years.

Mushfiqur Rahim said that it will be worth to see how his fast bowlers dealt with some not mentioned niggle ahead of confirming the attack.

12 - Number of Test matches Keshav Maharaj needed to complete 50 Test wickets which is the 3rd fewest for a South African to reach 50 Test wickets since their readmission to cricket in 1992. I think on day one it will be a bit slow but then there'll be some bounce and it will quicken up towards day three and four.

Probably the team Bangladesh has a good chance of transferring their home improvements to overseas but the team needs to be the concern for themselves little more.

"He has come in to try and understand the Proteas culture and how we go about our business and he has observed. At times Marchant was the aggressor and other times we changed roles with me being more aggressive".

South Africa: The home side's quandary essentially boils down to these 3 players - Andile Phehlukwayo, Wayne Parnell and Dane Paterson - competing for two places.

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"Morne is a massive loss". "Some feel that by playing some strokes early, they can settle down".

But there is some pressure on Olivier.

"With Morne, KG (Kagiso Rabada), Dale and Vernon there is an expectation of what you are going to get, if you don't have those guys you are not always sure".

"I felt like I didn't start well (in Potchefstroom). But later on I settle and became more aggressive", he said.

The debacle in the first Test was still fresh as the Bangladesh team were getting ready to depart for Bloemfontein in the morning today. "You want to contain and take wickets at the same time but you need to find the balance".