India still have the upper-hand after day three of their opening Test against South Africa.
The tourists ended the day's play on 385 for 8 in response to India's mammoth first innings score of 502 for 7.
Opener Dean Elgar and wicketkeeper-batsman Quinton de Kock both made centuries.
However they're still 117 runs behind with just two wickets in hand.
Day four from Visakhapatnam gets underway at 8:00 am UAE time on Saturday.