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New Zealand vs South Africa 2nd Test Day 1 Live Score Updates

New Zealand vs South Africa 2nd Test Day 1 Live: New Zealand take on South Africa in the second and final Test match of the series at Seddon Park, Hamilton. The Kiwis, who lead 1-0, will aim to seal the series while the Proteas will eye to square it. New Zealand registered a 281-run win victory over South Africa in the first Test at Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui. New Zealand are a step closer to a maiden series win over South Africa after 17 previous failed attempts, dating back to 1931. Given their struggles at Bay Oval, the vastly inexperienced Proteas will need a dramatic turnaround to win the second and final Test, starting on Tuesday. (Live Scorecard)

New Zealand stands on the brink of making history as one of the oldest rivalries takes center stage at Seddon Park in Hamilton. The Kiwis exhibited complete dominance over a relatively inexperienced South African team, which featured six debutants, in the first Test. They have never managed to secure a Test series victory against the Proteas, presenting them with a golden opportunity to rewrite that record. Rachin Ravindra stole the spotlight with a magnificent double century, while the ever-reliable Kane Williamson notched back-to-back hundreds in both innings. However, Tom Latham and Devon Conway faced challenges, and there's a possibility that Will Young might feature in this Test with Daryl Mitchell's foot injury. Mitchell and Glenn Phillips contributed with the bat in the middle order. New Zealand's bowling attack, led by Tim Southee, Matt Henry, and Kyle Jamieson, forms a formidable trio, with Jamieson and Henry claiming the majority of wickets in the last game. Spinners Mitchell Santner and Ravindra also thrived on a turning track, with Glenn Phillips joining in.