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SA v Ind 2011 ODI Series Live Scores: Injury-hit but on a roll after drawing an engrossing Test series and winning the only Twenty20 match of the tour, India now get a chance to try different combinations before next month's World Cup when they take on South Africa in a five-match one-day series starting here on Wednesday.

Watch South Africa v India 1st ODI Live Scores, Ind vs SA Live Streaming Score here. Normal services will resume when India play South Africa in the first ODI of the series at Kingsmead in Durban after the Indians won the T20I. The Test series was drawn 1-1 as well.

The sluggish pitch at the Moses Mabhida Stadium made it extremely difficult for South Africa to chase the target of 169 and they fell way short by 21 runs.

India vs South Africa Only T20I Live Score at Durban, 09 Jan, 2011, 6 PM IST. After a hard fought three match test series that ended in a 1-1 draw, South Africa play hosts to India in a one-off T20 International at the make shift Moses Mabhida Stadium, Durban on 9th January.

Durban: South African icon Makhaya Ntini makes his final international appearance on Sunday in a Twenty20 international against India before what is being claimed will be the biggest crowd to watch a cricket match in Africa.

It was a historic drawn Test Series for India as they could never achieve this feat in their previous tours of South Africa who could only take three wickets on the final day.

South Africa Vs India(SA vs IND) 2011 ODI Series: India's prolific opener Gautam Gambhir has been ruled out of the five-match ODI series against South Africa after suffering an elbow injury in his 93-run knock in the first innings of the third Test at Newlands.

Jacques Kallis remained unconquered on 109 (from 240 balls with 8 fours) to leave India a daunting target of 340 runs on the final day of the Cape Town Test on a wearing pitch.

If the rest of the Test matches around the world all through 2011 can be half as exciting as the third day of the third Test match at Newlands in Cape Town, then, there cannot be too much doubt that the Test match cricket is here to stay.