South Africa's Faf Du Plessis and Nathan Lyon of Australia Look Forward to the Rest of the Test in A
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Australian spinner Nathan Lyon said on Saturday (November 24) they could beat South Africa in the Adelaide Test. "We're pretty happy with where,where we are sitting at the moment with a 270-run lead. It's going to be hard work in the morning, but hopefully Pup (Michael Clarke) and Huss (Mike Hussey) will be able to fight the reverse swing and spin and hopefully get a good lead again and see where we get to."

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SHOWS: ADELAIDE, SOUTH AUSTRALIA, AUSTRALIA (NOVEMBER 24, 2012) (FOX SPORT - NO ACCESS AUSTRALIA / .COM.AU INTERNET SITES / ANY INTERNET SITE OF ANY AUSTRALIAN BASED MEDIA ORGANISATIONS OR MOBILE PLATFORMS / AUSTRALIAN NVO CLIENTS / SMH.COM.AU / NEWS.COM.AU) 1. (SOUNDBITE) (English) AUSTRALIAN SPINNER NATHAN LYON SAYING: "We're pretty happy with where,where we are sitting at the moment with a 270-run lead. It's going to be hard work in the morning, but hopefully Pup (Michael Clarke) and Huss (Mike Hussey) will be able to fight the reverse swing and spin and hopefully get a good lead again and see where we get to" (REPORTER ASKS: What about the wicket, Nathan? What do you think it's going to, going to do over the next couple of days?) LYON SAYING: "Yeah, it's probably going to deteriorate a little bit more and more as the game goes on, as every turf pitch does. Reverse swing and spin are going to play a massive role in it and so hopefully I'll be able, able to contribute to a Test match victory" STORY: Australian spinner Nathan Lyon said on Saturday (November 24) they could beat South Africa in the Adelaide Test. "We're pretty happy with where,where we are sitting at the moment with a 270-run lead. It's going to be hard work in the morning, but hopefully Pup (Michael Clarke) and Huss (Mike Hussey) will be able to fight the reverse swing and spin and hopefully get a good lead again and see where we get to." Asked about the wicket, Lyon said: "Yeah, it's probably going to deteriorate a little bit more and more as the game goes on, as every turf pitch does. Reverse swing and spin are going to play a massive role in it and so hopefully I'll be able, able to contribute to a Test match victory."