Cricket-SAfrica (206)& 132-5 v Australia (397 & 290-4 dec) - tea

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PRETORIA Feb 15 (Reuters) - South Africa, chasing a target of 482 to win, were 132 for five at tea on the fourth day of the first test against Australia at SuperSport Park on Saturday:

Scores: Australia 397 (S. Marsh 148, S. Smith 100; D. Steyn 4-78) & 290-4 (D. Warner 115, A. Doolan 89); South Africa 206 (AB de Villiers 91; M. Johnson 7-68) & 132-5 (De Villiers 39 not out; Johnson 3-45) (compiled by Mark Gleeson; Editing by Robert Woodward; mark.gleeson@thomsonreuters.com; +27 82 8257807; Reuters Messaging: mark.gleeson.thomsonreuters.com@reuters.net; To sign up for our Global Sports Forum chatroom, click here)

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