|256/7 (50.0 ov) - R/R 5.12||257/8 (43.2 ov) - R/R 5.93|
|Moeen Ali||not out||17||16||3||0|
|Chris Jordan||not out||0||4||0||0|
|Current Partnership||Last Wicket 252/8 (42.2)|
5 (5) R/R: 5
Moeen Ali 5(2)
Chris Jordan 0(4)
Adil Rashid 2(10) S.R (20)
c Quinton de Kock b Lungi Ngidi
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3rd ODI preview and toss: South Africa and England lock horns in the third and final match of the one-day series, with the series currently 1-0 in favour of the hosts, following their seven-wicket win in Cape Town in the opening ODI while the second match ended in a washout.
England won the toss, and skipper Eoin Morgan opted to field, with Saqib Mahmood making his England debut in this game. The Proteas, on the other hand, decided to bring Lungi Ngidi into their XI for this game.
South Africa will hope to clinch the one-day series at the New Wanderers in Johannesburg, with the Proteas set to don jerseys of a different shade as Cricket South Africa celebrates 'Pink Day' in order to raise awareness on breast cancer, with the tourists too joining the cause a sporting a shade of pink on their regular sky blue kit. The 'Pink Day' fixture has been around in South African cricket since the inaugural match against Pakistan in 2013, and the hosts have recorded wins in all their games in the pink kit till date except against Virat Kohli's India in 2018.
Quinton de Kock, who took over the reigns of the ODI side from Faf du Plessis recently, slammed a century on captaincy debut and forged a solid partnership with Temba Bavuma to guide South Africa to a seven-wicket win over the visitors at the Newlands in the first one-dayer. The next game at the Kingsmead in Durban saw the Proteas lose two wickets while collecting 71 runs after being sent in to bat by England before getting interrupted by an uninterrupted spell of rain that forced the officials to call the game off.
South Africa: Quinton de Kock(w/c), Reeza Hendricks, Temba Bavuma, Rassie van der Dussen, JJ Smuts, David Miller, Andile Phehlukwayo, Beuran Hendricks, Lutho Sipamla, Tabraiz Shamsi, Lungi Ngidi
England: Jason Roy, Jonny Bairstow(w), Joe Root, Eoin Morgan(c), Joe Denly, Tom Banton, Moeen Ali, Tom Curran, Adil Rashid, Chris Jordan, Saqib Mahmood
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McCullum and captain Ben Stokes took charge of a misfiring English side that had won just one of their 17 Tests previously. Since their takeover, they have won four games straight while chasing 275-plus targets in the final innings.
Elgar, who has overseen seven wins from nine matches since becoming South Africa's permanent red-ball skipper, accepts there may be times when the tourists are on the defensive but he believes they have the resources to fight back.
England vs South Africa: The two teams will square off at Lord's in the first of three Test matches in the series.