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What began as a terrific tour for England has not quite gone according to plan for the visitors in the last few days. A 2-0 lead was converted into a 2-3 defeat in the ODIs and what, at one stage, seemed like a certain victory for England, turned into a defeat in the first T20 at Cape Town

Fresh from their incredible come-from-behind win in the one-day series, South Africa will take on England in a short T20 series, with the first match to be played at Newlands, Cape Town on Friday. Although the format has changed

South Africa came from behind to beat England 3-2 in a closely contested five-match series. Here’s a look at the top performers in the series from the two teams

Once a team goes 0-2 down in a five-match series, it becomes extremely difficult for them to win the contest. After all, expecting a team to win three matches in a row, no matter how good they are, seems a bit too far-fetched

In modern day cricket, so many matches are being played that one often doesn’t even realise when the momentum has shifted from one team to the other

SA vs ENG 4th ODI Live Scores, Preview: Going into the Centurion one-dayer, South Africa were under immense pressure.

South Africa defeated England by seven wickets in the third one-dayer at SuperSport Park in Centurion to stay alive in the series. Here’s a look at the match in numbers

SA vs ENG 3rd ODI Preview, Live Score: These are not great times for South African cricket. After being outdone in the Tests at home by England, they now face the prospect of going down to the same team in the one-dayers.

Just a few months back, England wicket-keeper Jos Buttler couldn’t get bat to ball. England selectors were pondering on whether they should give him a break, a softer way of saying ‘dropped’