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(From Financial Mail)
Byline: David Williams
CRICKET Too little order at the top Seemingly hopeless but not impossible. That was the task facing both England and SA in the fourth innings in the test matches in Johannesburg and Perth. There were other commonalities. Both these teams: Needed to make the highest total of the match in the fourth innings to win (SA 401, England 556); Were aware that their opponents had made much more productive use of the pitch; Were five wickets down overnight before they suffered defeat; Knew that time was not the main issue. In SA's case, the batsmen had two days to make 239 runs, at little more than one run per over; Could …