Rabada's ban overturned, available for 3rd test

(AP) -- South Africa's Kagiso Rabada had his two-test ban overturned on appeal on Tuesday, meaning the world's No. 1 bowler will be available for the remainder of the series against Australia.

Rabada was banned by the International Cricket Council for the third and fourth tests after being found guilty of two charges of misconduct for inappropriate wicket celebrations in South Africa's series-leveling victory in the second test in Port Elizabeth.

The first charge, of deliberately bumping into Australia captain Steve Smith after getting him out in the first innings in Port Elizabeth, earned Rabada three disciplinary demerit points, took him over a threshold, and resulted in a two-test ban.