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England fail final Champions Trophy audition as they fall to seven-wicket defeat after frenetic top-order collapse -

Within three weeks, England will know whether their top order is their Achilles heel or whether their batting collapse against South Africa - the worst of its kind in their ODI history as they crumbled to 20 for six in the first five overs - was just a ...and more »

Mark Wood's superb final over snatches two-run victory for England over South Africa -

It was the Battle of Wounded Knee. England won it, by two runs, thanks to a superlative final over by Mark Wood, so the third one-day international at Lord's on Monday will be a dead-rubber game. But the second will be remembered for Stokes not only ...and more »

South Africa, England the teams to beat -

26/13 England's win-loss record in ODIs since the 2015 World Cup; their ratio of 2.00 is the best among all teams during this period. South Africa are next at 25-13, followed by Bangladesh's 16-10. Against teams that are playing in the 2017 Champions ...and more »

England's Eoin Morgan critical of Lord's pitch after collapse against South Africa - The Guardian

England celebrate their 2-1 series win over South Africa after the seven-wicket defeat in the dead-rubber one-day international. Photograph: Adrian Dennis/AFP/Getty Images. England v South Africa 2017. England's Eoin Morgan critical of Lord's pitch ...and more »

England's Ben Stokes faces new knee-injury scan as Champions Trophy hosts hatch plan to nurse him through ... -

Ben Stokes will have to run the gauntlet of English cricket's most feared four-letter word before he is unleashed at the Champions Trophy. Recurring discomfort in his left knee has restricted Stokes, the world's leading all-rounder, to just five overs ...and more »

England suffer record top-order collapse as South Africa win at Lord's - The Guardian

The Lord's scoreboard tells the sorry story of England's disastrous start against South Africa. Photograph: Steven Paston/PA. England v South Africa 2017. England suffer record top-order collapse as South Africa win at Lord's. • England 153; South ...and more »

England v South Africa: second ODI – as it happened - The Guardian

South Africa's Quinton de Kock hits out while England wicket keeper Jos Butler looks on at Southampton. Photograph: Charlie Crowhurst/Getty Images. Simon Burnton (first innings) and Rob Smyth (second innings). Sat 27 May '17 13.53 EDT First published ...and more »

England v South Africa, 2nd ODI: Where to watch live, preview, betting odds, prediction and team news - International Business Times UK

England have already taken a 1-0 lead in the three-match ODI series against South Africa. NAVEEN-ULLAL. By Naveen Ullal. May 26, 2017 12:23 BST. Eoin Morgan Eoin Morgan's century helped England beat South Africa in the first ODI Getty. England will ...and more »

ICC Champions Trophy 2017: Five South African players to watch out for - Times of India

Ahead of the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 we look at five New Zealand players to watch out for - AB de Villiers, Hashim Amla, Quinton de Kock, Kagiso Rabada and Imran Tahir AB de Villiers. AB de Villiers has taken a break from Test cricket to focus on ...and more »

England vs South Africa, 3rd ODI: Kagiso Rabada, Wayne Parnell secure 7-wicket consolation win for Proteas - Firstpost

South Africa beat England in a match where only 60 overs out of a scheduled 100 were bowled. AFP, May,29 2017 21:39 52 IST. London: South Africa beat England by seven wickets to gain a consolation win the third one-day international at Lord's on Monday ...and more »