JOHANNESBURG (Reuters) - Following is a factbox on the fourth test match between South Africa and Australia, which starts on Friday:
Wanderers, Johannesburg - Capacity: 27,000
At an altitude of some 1800m above sea level, the thin air has always ensured lively cricket and the intimidating atmosphere has given the venue the nickname ‘The Bullring’.
The stadium hosted the final of the 2003 Cricket World Cup and has also been used for rugby internationals and even a World Cup warm-up featuring Cristiano Ronaldo and Portugal in 2010.
Australia have won all of their last five tests at the Wanderers, stretching back over two decades.
South Africa have hosted 38 tests at the ground since the first in 1956, winning 15, losing 12 and drawing 11.
March 30-April 3. Play starts at 1000 local time (0800 GMT)
SOUTH AFRICA (World ranking: second)
Squad - Faf du Plessis (captain), Hashim Amla, Temba Bavuma, Theunis de Bruyn, Quinton de Kock, AB de Villiers, Dean Elgar, Heinrich Klaasen, Keshav Maharaj, Aiden Markram, Morne Morkel, Wiaan Mulder, Lungisani Ngidi, Vernon Philander, Kagiso Rabada.
Coach: Ottis Gibson
AUSTRALIA (World ranking: third)
Squad - Tim Paine (captain), Joe Burns, Pat Cummins, Peter Handscomb, Josh Hazlewood, Jon Holland, Usman Khawaja, Nathan Lyon, Mitchell Marsh, Shaun Marsh, Glenn Maxwell, Jhye Richardson, Matthew Renshaw, Chadd Sayers, Mitchell Starc.
Coach: Darren Lehmann
Umpires: Ian Gould, Nigel Llong (both England)
TV umpire: Richard Illingworth (England)
Match referee: Andy Pycroft (Zimbabwe)
Previous South Africa v Australia tests at the Wanderers
South Africa wins: 3
Australia wins: 6
1957 Match drawn
1958 Australia 10 wickets
1966 South Africa 233 runs
1967 Match drawn
1970 South Africa 307 runs
1994 South Africa 197 runs
1997 Australia innings and 196 runs
2002 Australia innings and 360 runs
2006 Australia 2 wickets
2009 Australia 162 runs
2011 Australia 2 wickets
First test Kingsmead, Durban Australia won by 118 runs
Second test St George’s Park, Port Elizabeth South Africa won by 6 wickets
Third test Newlands, Cape Town South Africa won by 322 runs
Compiled By Mark Gleeson; Editing by Christian Radnedge