News - England Cricket
Despite England being 1-0 up in the series against South Africa, the second ODI in Port Elizabeth could turn out to be much different from Bloemfontein, where neither side's seam attack impressed
After 649 runs were scored at a rate of 7.77 to the over in the first ODI between South Africa and England in Bloemfontein, few would argue with Faf du Plessis' assertion that "this series will be a series of the batting line-ups"
Jos Buttler's fourth ODI hundred was also his slowest but it nevertheless provided England with the central pillar of their total of 399 for 9 in Bloemfontein and paved the way for them to go 1-0 up in the series
Glamorgan have signed Netherlands seamer Timm van der Gugten on a three-year contract