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India vs South Africa 4th ODI in Johannesburg: Where To Watch Live Coverage on TV and Live Streaming Online

Cricketnext Staff | Updated: February 9, 2018, 3:22 PM IST
India vs South Africa 4th ODI in Johannesburg: Where To Watch Live Coverage on TV and Live Streaming Online

Jasprit Bumrah celebrates with teammates after picking up the wicket of Hashim Amla during the second ODI between South Africa and India in Centurion. (AFP)

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India's indomitable cricket team looks set for a landmark series triumph but an injury-ravaged South Africa would hope for some A B de Villiers magic to halt the visitors' charge in the fourth one-dayer, here on Saturday.

The fourth ODI between India and South Africa will be played in Johannesburg and the live broadcast will be shown on Sony Ten Network, starting 4:30 PM. The match can be streamed online on Sony Liv.com. For live scores, updates, and analysis, you can follow our live blog on cricketnext.com.

With an unassailable 3-0 lead in hand, India need just one more win to claim their maiden ODI series triumph on the South African soil. The closest they came was in 2010-11, when under Mahendra Singh Dhoni, they shot into a 2-1 lead only to lose the five-match series 3-2.

India had previously broken into unchartered territory at Newlands when, for the first time since they began touring here in 1992-93, they won three matches in a bilateral ODI engagement in South Africa.

A fourth consecutive win will also cement their spot as the no.1 side in ICC ODI Rankings.

Before the third ODI, Shikhar Dhawan had highlighted that the team wants to win every game ahead of them, building on victory in the third Test here, and there would be no complacency in the dressing room.

Indeed then, Virat Kohli lifted his side to another dominant win with an immaculate 34th ODI century and later spoke of replicating the same intensity to wrap up the series with two matches remaining.

The fact that Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzvendra Chahal have now accounted for 21 out of 30 available wickets is also a driving force behind this confidence. Despite practicing with at least five different local wrist spinners at Newlands, the Proteas' batting line-up still couldn't contend with India's first-choice spin duo.

Whether this will change on Saturday remains to be seen. South Africa may have slight cause for optimism as de Villiers was, on Thursday, added to their ODI squad for the remainder three matches.

The star batsman was ruled out of the first three ODIs owing to a finger injury he had sustained during the third Test. However, the hosts are still circumspect about his chances of playing and as such Cricket South Africa didn't send out any official media information ahead of this game.

One of David Miller or Khaya Zondo will make way for him in the playing eleven. Unsurprisingly, despite the downturn, Aiden Markram will continue leading the side.

This match is of vital importance for South Africa in their home season. It is the 'Pink ODI', played for the awareness against breast cancer and for the benefit of those suffering from the disease.
First Published: February 9, 2018, 3:22 PM IST
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