Jos Buttler had a lot on his mind during the ODI leg of the English summer••Getty Images
Persistent rain delayed proceedings in Headingley••Getty Images
Quinton de Kock is all smiles after raising his half-century••Getty Images
Rassie van der Dussen bends down low for the reverse sweep••Getty Images
Quinton de Kock stepped on the gas after Malan fell early••Getty Images
Keshav Maharaj won the toss and elected to bat first••Getty Images
Jos Buttler and Keshav Maharaj pose with the series trophy after a 1-1 draw••Getty Images
Quinton de Kock runs back as rain came down in Headingley••Getty Images
Joe Root congratulates Adil Rashid for getting rid of Rassie van der Dussen••Getty Images
Quinton de Kock and Rassie van der Dussen stitched a crucial second-wicket stand••Getty Images
David Willey sent back Janneman Malan early for 11••Getty Images
Jos Buttler had much to ponder after losing another toss••Getty Images
Jos Buttler feels the white-ball heat amid struggles for ODI relevance
New captain endures tough baptism as whirlwind itinerary leaves England in a spin
Jos Buttler calls for greater intensity despite schedule cramping England's plans
Run of 12 matches in 25 days means training has been at a premium for new-look team
Quinton de Kock: 'It's going to start being tough for players - three formats is a lot'
But he still believes there is a future for ODI cricket, and says players 'still want to win 50-over World Cups'
Who should open with Quinton de Kock? Dwaine Pretorius, the first-choice allrounder?
Also, Klaasen, Verreynne or neither? Firdose Moonda on the questions facing South Africa in ODIs