South Africa fight back vs England after Zak Crawley hits maiden fifty
Zak Crawley scored a maiden Test half-century before South Africa fought back to restrict England to 192 for four when bad light stopped play early in the opening day of the fourth test on Friday.
Crawley suffered a nasty blow to the head but still made 66 as he and Dom Sibley put on 107 for the opening wicket but the home side hit back with four wickets in an extended evening session, including the prize scalp of Ben Stokes.
Rain delayed the start of the final test in the series, which England lead 2-1.
England captain Joe Root, who won the toss and elected to bat, and Ollie Pope will be seeking to extend their 35-run partnership when play resumes on Saturday.