Dale Steyn did not take part in any net session at the Feroz Shah Kotla on Tuesday while Marchant Da Lange was given an extended session
Morne Morkel revealed that Dale Styen did bowl in nets but a final call on his third Test participation will be taken on opening day morning of the third Test.
Marchant De Lange was part of the South Africa's Twenty20 squad that beat India 2-0 in the first leg of the tour
South Africa had earlier highlighted the series against Zimbabwe as an opportunity to have a look at some of their second-string players, and left out fast bowlers Dale Steyn, Morne Morkel and Vernon Philander.
Shafiek Abrahams, who like Hudson represented the Proteas at full international level, has been retained on the panel which is completed by the ex officio appointment of Russell Domingo as the Proteas head coach.
Five players including Mark Boucher (retired), Ashwell Prince, Rusty Theron, Albie Morkel and Jacques Rudolph have been omitted from the contracted list while Johan Botha was released.
South Africa fast bowler Marchant de Lange has been forced out of the cricket tour of England by a lower back stress fracture. He's been replaced by allrounder Albie Morkel.
South Africa convenor of selectors Andrew Hudson has labelled the team that will tackle England in a mid-year three-Test series as "awesome".
Faf du Plessis, the middle order batsman, has been has been named in South Africa's 15-man squad for the unofficial Twenty20 tri-series against Zimbabwe and Bangladesh, in Zimbabwe in June. Du Plessis has played 21 ODIs for South Africa, but has never been part of the Twenty20 squad. Chris Morris, the Highveld Lions all-rounder, has received a maiden call-up.
Clinical South Africa left no rescue route open for New Zealand as the hosts here were defeated by 5 wickets in the final ODI for a 3-0 ODI annihilation, on Saturday.