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Keaton Jennings and Tom Westley extend England's lead but rain halts progress against South Africa - The Independent

There was none of the tension here of day one, or the drama of day two, but England pushed further ahead at the Oval today for as long as the weather allowed them. This was not a classic day of Test cricket; it was not even a day. There were just over ...and more »

Finding a solid and reliable opening partner for battling Dean Elgar has to be a priority for South Africa - The Independent

Moeen Ali's day five hat-trick was a wonderful way to round off the 100th Test at The Oval, a special venue for myself and the game in general. As with the other games in this series, The Oval's 100th game has been devoid of closeness – the margin of ...and more »

England recall Steven Finn to replace injured Mark Wood for England's fourth Test against South Africa - The Independent

Steven Finn has replaced injured fast bowling colleague Mark Wood in the only change to England's squad for the fourth and final test against South Africa, starting on Friday at Old Trafford. Toby Roland-Jones made his debut in the third test victory ...and more »

I grabbed Moeen Ali and lifted him 10 feet in the air... his hat-trick to win the third Test really was amazing - Daily Mail

Moeen Ali's hat-trick to win the third Test was amazing, wasn't it? Fairytale stuff. It's the first one I've been involved with in Test cricket and I couldn't be happier for Mo. To be the first man to take a Test hat-trick at The Oval — to clinch the ...and more »

Keaton Jennings rides his luck to put England in firm control as rain interrupts day three at The Oval - Telegraph.co.uk

They have been celebrating the past throughout the Oval's 100th Test but for Keaton Jennings it has been more important to concentrate on the here and now as he scraps for his place in the team. A soggy afternoon in south London made it only possible ...and more »

Jonathan Agnew: England must back up victory over South Africa - BBC Sport

Despite the grumbling at the criticism they received following the heavy defeat in the second Test against South Africa, England will have probably admitted in private that what happened at Trent Bridge wasn't good enough. Everybody sitting in the ...and more »

Jonathan Agnew: Toby Roland-Jones' dream day - and why Fred Trueman would approve - BBC Sport

Toby Roland-Jones has had a dream day, a golden debut that will be talked about for years. When cricketers, or anyone in sport, burst on to the scene like he did on the second day of England's third Test against South Africa at The Oval, it is ...and more »

Moeen Ali spins England to victory with historic hat-trick as Dean Elgar's defiant ton proves in vain - Telegraph.co.uk

If Joe Root had the chance to talk to his celebrating players after their 239-run defeat of South Africa - and there was also Moeen Ali's share of champagne to be drunk after his hat-trick - he should have told them it was a near-perfect team ...and more »

Toby Roland-Jones: a thrilling throwback to the classic English seamer - The Independent

Toby Roland-Jones became the first cricketer with a double-barrelled surname to play for England since 1935 when he made his Test bow against South Africa at the Oval last week. His appearance, though, was a throwback in more ways than one. Bowling ...and more »

Moeen Ali hat-trick breaks records and seals England win - The Week UK

Moeen Ali became the first man to win a Test match with a hat-trick since 1902 when England beat South Africa by 239 runs at The Oval today. See related. The Ashes saved as Australian cricket resolves pay dispute · England World Cup triumph a ...and more »