Cricket: England apply the pressure to set up chance of victory

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England's Mike Atherton takes the attack to Lance Klusener as Hanse Cronje, the South Africa captain, watches during the fourth day's play of the First Test at Edgbaston yesterday. England's quick scoring in the final session of a rain-interrupted day has set up the possibility of victory. At the close of play England were 170 for 8 in their second innings, 289 runs ahead of South Africa. The touring team had been bowled out for 343 in their first innings

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