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England captain  Eoin Morgan hits out during  the Third T20 International match against  South Africa  at Supersport Park in Pretoria. Photograph:  Dan Mullan/Getty Images

South Africa 222-6 (H Klaasen 66, T Bavuma 49, Q de Kock 35, D Miller 35no; T Curran 2-33, B Stokes 2-35), England 226-5 (J Bairstow 64, E Morgan 57no(...)

South Africa captain Quinton de Kock after scoring a century against England at Newlands Cricket Stadium in Cape Town, South Africa. Photograph:  Ashley Vlotman/Gallo Images/Getty Images

Captain Quinton de Kock smashed a sparkling century as South Africa eased to a seven-wicket victory against world champions England in an opening one-(...)

Mark Wood took 5-46 as England bowled South Africa out for 183. Photograph: Stu Forster/Getty

Fourth test day three: England 400 off 98.2 overs (Z Crawley 66, J Root 59, O Pope 56) and 248 (J Root 58, B Hendricks 6-64) lead South Africa 183 off(...)

Ben Stokes was dismissed for just two on the opening day at The Wanderers. Photograph: Stu Forster/Getty

Fourth Test day one: England 192-4 off 54.2 overs (Z Crawley 66, D Sibley 44, V Philander 1-37) England all-rounder Ben Stokes could face disciplinar(...)

England batsman  Ollie Pope celebrates his maiden Test century during day two of the third Test against  South Africa  at St George’s Park in Port Elizabeth. Photograph: Stu Forster/Getty Images

Port Elizabeth (Day 2 of 5): England 499-9 dec (O Pope 135 no, B Stokes 120; K Maharaj 5-180) lead South Africa 60-2 (D Bess 2-12) by 439 runs. Now f(...)

England batsman Ollie Pope pulls the ball  during the opening day of the third Test against South Africa  at St George’s Park in South Africa. Photograph: Stu Forster/Getty Images

Port Elizabeth: England 224-4 (Z Crawley 44, D Sibley 36, O Pope 33no) v South Africa This was a slow burner of a day – except for those spectators f(...)

England batsman Dominic Sibley celebrates after reaching his maiden Test century s during day four of the second Test against  South Africa  at Newlands  in Cape Town. Photograph: Stu Forster/Getty Images

Day 4 of 5: England 269 (O Pope 61no, B Stokes 47; K Rabada 3-68) & 391-8 dec (D Sibley 133no, B Stokes 72, J Root 61; A Nortje 3-61) lead South A(...)

 England opening batsman  Rory Burns during training at Newlands in Cape Town before he injured an ankle in a game of football. Photograph: Stu Forster/Getty Images

2nd Test: South Africa v England, Newlands, Cape Town, Friday, 8.30am Ben Stokes revealed this week that England’s players are calling this trip to (...)

 England batsmen Joe Denly  and Rory Burns touch gloves as play finishes for the day with both batsmen still at the crease after day three of the first Test at SuperSport Park  in Pretoria. Photograph: Stu Forster/Getty Images

Day 3 of 5: South Africa 284 (Q de Kock 95, S Curran 4-58, S Broad 4-58) & 272 (R van der Dussen 51; J Archer 5-102) lead England 181 (J Denly 50;(...)

England bowler Sam Curran celebrates after taking the wicket of South Africa’s Rassie van der Dussen during day one of the First Test match  at SuperSport Park  in Pretoria, South Africa. Photograph: Stu Forster/Getty Images

Day one: South Africa 277-9 (Q de Kock 95, Z Hamza 39, D Pretorius 33; S Curran 4-57, S Broad 3-52) v England It was a day of baby-faced aggressors a(...)

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