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  Statistical Highlights - South Africa v. Australia - 09/03/2018  
  Kagiso Rabada took 5/96 in the first innings of the match against Australia at St George's Park, which was the eighth time that he has taken five wickets or more in an innings, see Best Innings Bowling Performances, second against Australia, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, seventh in South Africa, and first at St George's Park. See Performances in South Africa. Kagiso Rabada has now taken 129 wickets, and his average of 22.04 is the third best by a South African bower, see South African Best Bowling Averages (minimum 50 Wickets), and his strike rate of 39.71 is fourth best overall, and best by a South African bowler. See Bowlers with Best Strike Rate (Min 50 Wickets) . Rabada had three of his five victims "caught behind", taking his aggregate to 38, or 29.55% of his 129 wickets. See Graphical Analysis of Wickets Taken against All Countries.

Shaun Marsh scored 24 runs in the first innings of the match, took his aggregate to 2,018 runs, and he became the fifty seventh Australian player to reach the 2,000 runs milestone. See Australian Players Scoring 2000 Career Runs. Shaun Marsh has scored 333 runs at an average of 37.0 in South Africa, and 24 runs at an average of 8.00 in 3 innings at St George's Park. See Performances in South Africa.

Kagiso Rabada took 5/96 in the first innings, and 6/54 in the second innings of the match, which was his second best match bowling performance, the fourth time that he has taken ten wickets or more in a match, see Best Match Bowling Performances, and was the third best match bowling performance at St George's Park. See Players Taking 10 Wickets in at St George's Park- (Test Cricket) . Also, it was the first time that he has taken ten wickets or more in a match against Australia, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, and fourth in South Africa. See Performances in South Africa. Kagiso Rabada has now taken 135 wickets, and his average of 21.46 is the second best by a South African bower, see South African Best Bowling Averages (minimum 50 Wickets), and his strike rate of 38.92 is fourth best overall, and best by a South African bowler. See Bowlers with Best Strike Rate (Min 50 Wickets) .

Abe de Villiers scored 126 not out in the first innings of the match, which was his twenty second century, see Players Scoring Most Centuries , sixth against Australia, see Performances by Opponent at All Grounds, thirteenth in South Africa, second century and his highest score at St George's Park. See Performances in South Africa. Abe de Villiers has scored fourteen of his twenty two centuries when batting at number five position, see Players with Highest Average Batting as Number 5 , overall he has scored 8,535 runs, see South African Players Scoring 8000 Career Runs, and his average of 50.80 is the fourth highest by a South African batsman. See Highest Batting Average for South African Players Batting 30 Innings.

South Africa defeated Australia at St George's Park in a match, and have now won 14, lost 29, and drawn 9 of the 52 matches against Australia in South Africa, see South Africa v Australia, and won 4, and lost 3, of the 7 matches against Australia at St George's Park. See South Africa v Australia at St George's Park.

 
 
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