End of 24th over: Maiden! Good over from Keshav Maharaj comes to an end. Kagiso Rabada will bowl the next over which will probably be the final before lunch break.
End of 23rd over: Tidy over from Kagiso Rabada comes to an end. Just three from it as he continues to pose questions with his testing line just off the stump. Keshav Maharaj to continue from the other end.
19.5 overs: FOUR! FOUR! Cheteshwar Pujara taking on Keshav Maharaj early on. Trying to create pressure. Collects back-to-back fours off him. Charges down the track on both occasions and hits him in the deep mid-wicket region to collect 8 off 2 deliveries.
Bowling change for South Africa! Spin comes into attack for the first time as Keshav Maharaj has the ball in his hand. A slip and a forward short leg for him.
IND 60/1 after 19 overs
End of 17th over:
FOUR! Boundary to end the over. Mayank Agarwal is now looking much more in control. Half-volley from Anrich Nortje and Mayank drives him through covers to collect his seventh four.
50 up for India!
Cheteshwar Pujara gets off the mark after 12 balls as he picks up a comfortable single on the sideline. 50 comes up for India as well as being single in 15.1 overs.
Mayank Agarwal 26 *
Cheteshwar Pujara 1 *
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14.2 overs: FOUR! FOUR! Mayank Agarwal gets going. Back-to-back boundaries for him off Anrich Nortje. Drives Nortje straight down the ground on the first ball then hits one through the covers to collect four more runs.
End of 13th over: Anrich Nortje posing questions with his pace and bounce. The South Africans are still getting the ball to move off the pitch. Both Mayank Agarwal and Cheteshwar Pujara are very cautious at the moment. Another tight over from Nortje comes to an end as drinks come to the field. A first hour testing for India.
11.3 overs: Dropped! Temba Bavuma and forward short leg drops a sharp chance. On the pads from Kagiso Rabada and Cheteshwar Pujara flicks. The ball hits Bavuma's chest and goes to the ground. Bavuma almost had it but Pujara manages to survive.
10.5 overs: FOUR! Terrific reply from Mayank Agarwal after being struck on the helmet. Anrich Nortje drives through covers to collect four runs.
10.4 overs: Anrich Nortje hits Mayank Agarwal on the head with a quick one.
142 km / hr delivery and bang straight onto the helmet. Four byes for India! Mayank looks fine but the umpires follow the protocol. The physio is on the field to have a look at Mayank.
End of 10th over:
OUT! Wicket off the final ball of the over. Kagiso Rabada gets the ball moving and Rohit Sharma edges the ball straight into Quinton de Kock's hands behind the stumps. Excellent away-swinger from Rabada. South Africa strike early to get dangerman Rohit for 14.
Good debut over from Anrich Nortje. Fast and on the line. Touches 149 km / hr mark in its very first over. Mayank collects a streaky boundary in the over.
Bowling change for South Africa! Debutant Anrich Nortje comes into the attack. Vernon Philander Replaces.
End of 8th over: FOUR! Boundary to end the over. Unlucky for the bowler. Kagiso Rabada finds the edge of Rohit Shrma's bat as he somehow manages to keep the ball down. Plays it with soft hands and the ball goes through the third slip and gully fielder.
End of 7th over: Another tidy over from Vernon Philander. A maiden! He is asking questions early on. Kagiso Rabada from the other end is also extracting good bounce from fresh wicket and new hard ball.
4.4 overs: Review from South Africa! Looked very close but the on-field umpire rules were not out. Vernon Philander traps Mayank Agarwal right in front of the stumps. Mayank initially started walking back but then stayed. Hawk-eye shows that the impact was just on the off-stump line and the ball was clipping the top off.
It's umpires call! Mayank survives! South Africa retain their review.
3.3 overs: FOUR! Quick delivery from Kagiso Rabada. Gets good bounce and Mayank Agarwal is caught fishing off. A thick outside edge or the ball flies through the slip cord and races to the vacant third man fence. First boundary for India and Mayank Agarwal.
End of 2nd over: Movement for Kagiso Rabada as well from the other end. But he needs to get his line straighter. His first over was way outside the off stump line.
End of 1st over: Excellent start from Vernon Philander. Early movement for him off the pitch. Beats Mayank Agarwal twice in the over. Both India openers are off the mark. Kagiso Rabada will share the new ball with Philander from the other end.
0.1 overs: Runs straightaway for Mayank Agarwal and India! On the pads from Vernon Philander and Mayank tucks the ball on the side to collect an easy single.
Mayank Agarwal on strike. Vernon Philander has the new ball. Three slips and a gully for him.
Here we go!
Rohit Sharma and Mayank Agarwal walk out of the middle to start India innings. South African team in the huddle. We are just moments away from the start.
India: Mayank Agarwal, Rohit Sharma, Cheteshwar Pujara, Virat Kohli (c), Ajinkya Rahane, Ravindra Jadeja, Wriddhiman Saha (wk), Ravichandran Ashwin, Ishant Sharma, Umesh Yadav, Mohammed Shami
South Africa: Dean Elgar, Aiden Markram, Theunis de Bruyn, Temba Bavuma, Faf du Plessis (c), Quinton de Kock (wk), Senuran Muthusamy, Vernon Philander, Keshav Maharaj, Kagiso Rabada, Anrich Nortje
TEAM NEWS: Both teams make one change each. India bring in Umesh Yadav to replace Hanuma Vihari. Anrich Nortje comes in for Piedt to make his Test debut for South Africa.
Toss Time: #TeamIndia have won the toss and will bat first #INDvSA @Paytm https://t.co/AESOB3pDdF
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TOSS NEWS: India win the toss, Virat Kohli opts to bat first
8:50 am: Hello and good morning! We are back with our continued coverage of India's South Africa tour, and the action has shifted to MCA Stadium in Gahunje, Pune, where the second Test begins today.
India lead the three-Test series 1-0 after winning the Vizag Test with a comprehensive margin of 203 runs.
Virat Kohli's men ticked almost all the boxes during their big win in the Test opening of the series, and they would like to maintain the same intensity in their bid to seal the series in Pune itself.
It was at this very ground in Pune that the India team ended its last Test batting at home against Australia in 2017 on a rank turner where off-spinner Nathan Lyon made lives miserable.
While India, without being forced by any unforeseen injury, are unlikely to change their playing XI, the South Africans might be tempted to drop one among Senuran Muthusamy and Dane Piedt, who were taken to the cleaners by the Indian batsmen. It could well be Muthusamy and in that case batsman Zubayr Hamza might get a look in. If Piedt is dropped, the Proteas could be tempted to try Lungi Ngidi, who could make a difference with his pace and movement.