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England v South Africa, 5th ODI, Cardiff

Whitewash looms as England target second spot

Sep 2, 2008: Are England really the second-best one-day team in the world? It's a preposterous notion, and yet, by the time Kevin Pietersen's men go to bed in the early hours of Thursday morning, it could well be an officially-recognised fact

The Preview by Andrew Miller

South Africa in England 2008

Shah backed for a successful run

Sep 1, 2008: The only one of Kevin Pietersen's plans that hadn't quite come off, at least until Sunday at Lord's, was Owais Shah's promotion to No.3

ESPNcricinfo staff

England v South Africa, 4th ODI, Lord's

Keeping an eye on the ball, not the money

Aug 31, 2008: And so the juggernaut rolls on. Not even the rain, increasing gloom or a return to form for Hershelle Gibbs could stop England's one-day bandwagon, while an early-morning back spasm was no hindrance to Andrew Flintoff

Andrew McGlashan at Lord's

England v South Africa, 4th ODI, Lord's

South Africa overpowered in 20-over thrash

Aug 31, 2008: England were once again able to exploit the soft underbelly of South Africa's batting, thanks to a three-wicket haul from Andrew Flintoff and a lacklustre display from an inexperienced lower-order

The Bulletin by Andrew Miller

England v South Africa, 4th ODI, Lord's

South Africa desperate to fight back

Aug 30, 2008: England took an unassailable 3-0 lead at The Oval, but for England's new and irrepressibly positive captain, he and his team have greater goals in their sights

The Preview by Will Luke

England v South Africa, 4th ODI, Lord's

South Africa look to the next generation

Aug 30, 2008: The fourth ODI against England at Lord's on Sunday represents not only another opportunity for South Africa to reverse their short-term fortunes, but also to reinvent their one-day team

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