A buoyant India will look to cash in on South Africa's injury woes, compounded by the loss of captain Faf du Plessis, when the two sides meet in the second ODI here on Sunday (February 4). The visitors won the first ODI at Durban on Thursday by six wickets and took a 1-0 lead in the six-match series. In the aftermath of the Durban defeat, South Africa have lost skipper du Plessis to a finger injury. He had suffered a blow during the first ODI and later scans revealed that he had suffered a fracture, thus ruling him out for three to six weeks. He will miss the remainder of the ODI series as well as the entire T20I series against India. The hosts will be very demoralised with this turn of events, especially since they need to fight back to avoid going 2-0 down so early in this contest.