There was no play on Day 3 of the first test between South Africa and India on Sunday because of rain.
Steyn sustained a heel injury while bowling on Saturday by stepping awkwardly into a foothole and has been ruled out of the rest of the series and for up to the next six weeks.
Steyn, who needed just three wickets to overhaul Shaun Pollock's record of 421 Test wickets and become the leading South African bowler, could also be in doubt for the Australia series starting from March 1.
Rain prevented any play on the third day of the first Test between South Africa and India at Newlands yesterday, but with fine weather expected for the remaining two days there is still a good chance of a result.
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However striker Ousmane Dembele made his first appearance, as a 71st-minute substitute, since tearing his hamstring at Getafe, September 16.
South Africa struggled against an India pace attack that‚ given helpful conditions‚ exploited them well.
Pandya hammered 93 with gusto in the first innings‚ but on Monday he was gone for a single when he edged Rabada to gully.
Kohli's departure in Cape Town - one of Philander's six wickets - began a slide of four quick wickets before tea as India crashed to 82-7.
Mohammed Shami and Jasprit Bumrah were the pick of the bowlers with 3-wickets each while Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Hardik Pandya finished with 2 wickets each.
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Ravichandran Ashwin top scored with 37 but Philander took the final three wickets in four balls to complete the victory.
The fourth day produced incredible drama as the South Africans lost eight wickets for 71 runs to be all out for 130 and set India a modest target of 208 runs to win.
Philander took two wickets off the last two balls of the game to end it as South Africa's decision to pick four fast bowlers and sacrifice a batsman on a tough batting strip ultimately paid off, although it was a close call after South Africa was shot out for just 130 in its second innings at the start of the day.
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