England set 130 to win South Africa series

By: AFP
Published: 09:28 PM, 11 Sep, 2022
England set 130 to win South Africa series
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England were set a target of 130 to win the third Test against South Africa, and with it the series, at The Oval on Sunday.

South Africa were dismissed for 169 in their second innings on the fourth day, with no Proteas batsman making more than captain Dean Elgar's 36.

Thursday's opening day was washed out without a ball bowled before Friday's play was abandoned following the death of Queen Elizabeth II.

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Scoreboard at stumps on the fourth day of the third Test between England and South Africa at the Oval on Sunday:

South Africa 1st Innings 118 (O Robinson 5-49, S Broad 4-41)

England 1st Innings (overnight: 154-7)

A. Lees b Jansen                          13

Z. Crawley b Jansen                        5

O. Pope c Verreynne b Rabada        67

J. Root c Petersen b Jansen             23

H. Brook c Rabada b Jansen            12

B. Stokes c Erwee b Nortje               6

B. Foakes c Petersen b Jansen        14

S. Broad c Verreynne b Rabada       6

O. Robinson c Elgar b Rabada          3

J. Leach b Rabada                            0

J. Anderson not out                           0

Extras (b1, lb1, nb7)                          9

Total (all out, 36.2 overs, 172 mins)    158

Fall of wickets: 1-17 (Lees), 2-43 (Crawley), 3-84 (Root), 4-107 (Brook), 5-129 (Stokes), 6-133 (Pope), 7-151 (Broad), 8-155 (Robinson), 9-158 (Leach), 10-158 (Foakes)

Bowling: Rabada 13-1-81-4 (5nb); Jansen 12.2-2-35-5 (1nb); Mulder 2-0-11-0; Nortje 9-0-29-1 (1nb)

South Africa 2nd Innings

S. Erwee c Root b Stokes                  26

D. Elgar lbw b Broad                          36

K. Petersen c Pope b Anderson           23

R. Rickelton lbw b Broad                      8

K. Zondo lbw b Robinson                   16

W. Mulder b Robinson                         14

K. Verreynne c and b Anderson           12

M. Jansen b Stokes                              4

K. Rabada c Brook b Stokes                 0

K. Maharaj b Broad                              18

A. Nortje not out                                    0

Extras (b4, lb4, nb4)                             12

Total (all out, 56.2 overs, 287 mins)      169

Fall of wickets: 1-58 (Erwee), 2-83 (Elgar), 3-91 (Petersen), 4-95 (Rickelton), 5-120 (Mulder), 6-133 (Zondo), 7-146 (Jansen), 8-146 (Rabada), 9-169 (Maharaj), 10-169 (Verreynne)

Bowling: Anderson 15.2-4-37-2; Robinson 15-5-40-2 (2nb); Broad 13-2-45-3; Stokes 13-2-39-3 (2nb)

England 2nd Innings (target: 130)

A. Lees not out                            32

Z. Crawley not out                        57

Extras (lb5, nb3)                             8

Total (0 wkts, 17 overs, 76 mins)         97

To bat: O Pope, J Root, H Brook, B Stokes, B Foakes, S Broad, J Leach, O Robinson, J Anderson

Bowling: Rabada 8-1-41-0 (1nb); Jansen 5-0-24-0 (1nb); Nortje 4-0-27-0 (1nb)

Match position: England need 33 more runs to win with all 10 second-innings wickets standing

 Toss: England

Umpires: Nitin Menon (IND), Richard Kettleborough (ENG)

TV umpire: Chris Gaffaney (NZL)

Match referee: Ranjan Madugalle (SRI)

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