• BATSMEN
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    5.1 nips it through him, big, big appeal from Topley - and England are going to review the not-out decision. It was a good, searching ball, over the top of off but did it clip the inside edge on its way through? Yes, it did! Visible edge on to his trouser pocket, which might have been the bit that threw Chris Gaffaney, but it won't cost England, as the decision is overturned and the finger is raised! Top stops de Kock 14/1
    29.5 breakthrough! Is there still time for England? Amla comes down the pitch, the ball drifts away outside off and beats the drive, Buttler gathers and manages to get the ball back to the stumps 147/4
    5.2 big inswinger to start with - he's got him first ball! Loose drive from du Plessis, flicks the inside edge and rattles leg stump... Topley is on a hat-trick! Not sure about the stroke but it has certainly shaken this chase up 14/2
    7.3 pitched up and he goes for the drive... but plinks it to extra cover! Topley has a third, Rossouw leans over his bat aghast. Maybe stopped in the pitch and he didn't connect properly, just presented a Valentine's gift to Hales standing close in 22/3
    not out
    101
    152
    97
    11
    1
    104.12
    34.3 tossed up above the eyeline, Behardien lured into the big shot but he hits it straight to mid-on! Credit to Morgan (wink, nudge) for keeping the man up on the edge of the ring, Rashid got the ball to dip on Behardien and he couldn't have picked him out better 166/5
    not out
    41
    38
    32
    5
    2
    128.12
    Extras
    15 (nb 1, w 14)
    TOTAL
    237/5 (44 Overs, RR: 5.38)
    BowlingOMRWEcon0s4s6sWDNB
    SCJ Broad9.013403.77334010
    RJW Topley7.014135.85276040
    CR Woakes5.003206.40134010
    BA Stokes5.003406.80143121
    AU Rashid10.005915.90293220
    MM Ali8.013714.62262100
    Fall of wickets:1-14 (Q de Kock, 5.1 ov), 2-14 (F du Plessis, 5.2 ov), 3-22 (RR Rossouw, 7.3 ov), 4-147 (HM Amla, 29.5 ov), 5-166 (F Behardien, 34.3 ov)

Match Notes

Coming back from 0-2

4

Instances of teams winning ODI series after being 0-2 down: SA v Pak, 2003 (3-2), B'desh v Zim, 2005 (3-2), and Pak v Ind, 2005 (4-2), and this series

Five on the trott

5

Eng batsmen who have scored 5 consecutive 50+ scores in ODIs: Hales in this series, Boycott 1979, Gooch 1982-85, Stewart 2000 & Trott 2009-10.

Five in Five

3

Batsmen who have scored 50+ in all five games of a 5-match ODI series: Hales in this series, Hameed v NZ 2003-04 & Williamson v Ind 2013-14.