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India v/s South Africa, 5th ODI: Online live streaming, time, teams and where to watch on TV

DNWEB26448 | 2/13/2018 | Author : DNA Web Team | WC :500



Knocked back in the previous match, India will look to crush a South African revival before it becomes a threat to their pursuit of a maiden ODI series triumph in Port Elizabeth when the two sides clash in the fifth ODI on Tuesday.
The Men in Blue still have a two-match cushion in the six-ODI series. They lead 3-1 after winning the first in Durban by six wickets, the second in Centurion by nine wickets and the third in Cape Town by 124 runs. The Proteas bounced back by winning the rain-affected and lightning-struck Pink ODI in Johannesburg by five wickets.
India's record in Port Elizabeth is nothing to write about either. They have lost all 5 ODIs played here since 1992. Four of those defeats came against South Africa, whi
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