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Thursday, July 13, 2017

2017 South Africa Tour of England - England Vs South Africa Second Test @ Trent Bridge July 14-18,2017

England have named an unchanged team for the second Test against South Africa at Trent Bridge 
England Squad
 Joe Root (capt, Yorkshire), Alastair Cook (Essex), Keaton Jennings (Durham), Gary Ballance (Yorkshire), Jonny Bairstow (wkt) (Yorkshire), Ben Stokes (Durham), Moeen Ali (Worcestershire), Liam Dawson (Hampshire), Stuart Broad (Nottinghamshire), Mark Wood (Durham), James Anderson (Lancashire), Toby Roland-Jones (Middlesex).

England 1-0 in the 4-Match Test series with a 211-run win at Lord's, spinner Moeen Ali taking 10 wickets

4- Match Test Series Results

First Test @ Lord's July 06-10,2017
England 458 and 233
South Africa  361 and .119(Target  331 Runs)
Match Result - England won by 211 Runs
MOM - Moeen Ali(England) for his 87 and 4/59(20 Overs and 6/53(15 Overs)

Second Test @ Trent Bridge July 14-18,2017
South Africa 335 and 343/9 Declared
England  205 and 133(Target 474 Runs)
Match Result - South Africa won by 340 Runs
MOM - Vernon Philander(SA) for his 54 and 2/48(13 Overs)and 42 and 3/24(10 Overs)
Series Result - 4-Match Test Series level 1-1


South Africa Rout England by 340 Runs to Level the Series 1-1



South Africa hammered England by 340 runs to win the second Test at Trent Bridge on Monday July 17,2017 and level the four-match series at 1-1.
England, set a mammoth 474 runs for victory, collapsed to 133 all out in their second innings 40 minutes before tea on the fourth day.

No England batsman made a fifty in an innings where former captain Alastair Cook's 42 was the top score.

England, who resumed on one without loss, lost four wickets before lunch and a further six before tea.




Man-of-the-match Vernon Philander led South Africa's attack on Monday with three wickets for 24 runs in 10 overs, while left-arm spinner Keshav Maharaj took three for 42 in 12.

Duanne Olivier ended the match by taking two wickets in two balls to dismiss tailenders Mark Wood and James Anderson.

Returning South Africa captain Faf du Plessis, who did not play in the Proteas' 211-run defeat in the first Test at Lord's following the birth of his first child, made the bold decision to bat first after winning the toss and was rewarded by a total of 335 featuring several fifties including Hashim Amla's 78.

England could only manage 205 in reply, with Joe Root making 78 in his second Test as captain.

Amla (87), Dean Elgar (80) and du Plessis (63) piled on the runs in South Africa's second innings 343 for nine declared.

It meant England needed to surpass the West Indies' record fourth innings score to win a Test of 418 for seven against Australia at St John's in 2003 if they were to achieve an improbable victory.

But they never looked like getting close as South Africa won a Test at Trent Bridge for the first time since 1965 despite being without suspended fast bowler Kagiso Rabada, banned from this match for swearing at Ben Stokes at Lord's.

The third Test Match begins at The Oval on July 27,2017

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