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Britain and South Africa draw ODI series after Headingley decisionmakers are abandoned due to rain | Cricket News

England’s ODI series vs South Africa ended 1-1 and Headingley’s decision was abandoned with just over 27.4 due to rain. Protea was 159-2 and Quinton Decock 92 wasn’t out- Watch the first T20I live at Sky Sports Cricket on Wednesday (6 pm broadcast, 6:30 pm start)

Last updated: 25/07/22 6:07 am

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Series Highlights-Third Day International International Between England and South Africa Abandoned After Only 27.4 Over Due to Rain

Series Highlights-Third Day International International Between England and South Africa Abandoned After Only 27.4 Over Due to Rain

Jos Buttler is still waiting for his first series victory as England’s White Ball captain after it rained the day’s international match decision against South Africa in Headingley.

The three-game contest ended one-on-one, and the final ODI was abandoned due to the second heavy rain of the day. South Africa went from over 27.4 to 159-2 after choosing to play Quinton Decock 92.

The game was cut to 45 overs on each side due to a rain delay of nearly two hours arriving from 20.5 overs on Proteas 119-2.

South Africa added another 40 runs from 47 balls in 20 minutes of play before the rain returned, and the referee finally canceled the match after 4 pm.

Quinton de Kock hit 13-4 with 92 undefeated balls from 76 South African balls.

Quinton de Kock hit 13-4 with 92 undefeated balls from 76 South African balls.

Butler began his term as a permanent skipper, losing 2-1 to India in both the T20 and ODI Cricket, but after returning to South Africa after losing 62 runs in his first ODI in Durham, the Maiden series I was hoping for success. With a successful 118 runs in Manchester.

Rain smashed England and South Africa in Leeds, but Butler will face Protea in the three-game T20I series next week, playing in Bristol on Wednesday, Cardiff on Thursday, and Southampton on Sunday, another to break the ducks. You will get the opportunity. ..

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The proceedings in Headingley were a terrific end, but De Cock played a sizzling 76-ball inning, hit 13 forces and raced from just 39 deliveries to the 29th ODI 50. , I was shy about 8 runs of the 18th ODI100.

The left-handed player, from Sam Curran’s bouncer to the third man, played four tasty ramps in the face of reverse sweeps and offside drive, but has a half-century partnership with Rassie van der Dussen. Shared with (26) and Aiden Markram (24no). The second and third ticket gates, respectively.

David Willy was captured by Jason Roy at a point behind him at the start of his sixth over at Janneman Malan, the opening round of South Africa.

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David Willy was captured by Jason Roy at a point behind him at the start of his sixth over at Janneman Malan, the opening round of South Africa.

David Willy was captured by Jason Roy at a point behind him at the start of his sixth over at Janneman Malan, the opening round of South Africa.

Lassie van der Dussen was second only to South Africa, sweeping Adil Russido to Johnny Bainsu at the square leg boundary.

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Lassie van der Dussen was second only to South Africa, sweeping Adil Russido to Johnny Bainsu at the square leg boundary.

Lassie van der Dussen was second only to South Africa, sweeping Adil Russido to Johnny Bainsu at the square leg boundary.

Decock added 75 at Van der Dussen after opening partner Jeanne Manmaran (11) sliced ​​David Willy to Jason Roy at the sixth rear point, and Van der Dussen added Adil Lasseed with deep square legs. Sweeping to Johnny Bainesu added 60 uninterrupted at Mark Lamb on the 17th.

Mark Ram passed 1,000 runs with ODI Cricket during an undefeated knock.

Butler: Under construction for the next World Cup

Jos Buttler looks back at the draw for England's ODI series with South Africa and how his team is building for more than 50 World Cups in India in 2023.

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Jos Buttler looks back at the draw for England’s ODI series with South Africa and how his team is building for more than 50 World Cups in India in 2023.

Jos Buttler looks back at the draw for England’s ODI series with South Africa and how his team is building for more than 50 World Cups in India in 2023.

England Captain Jos Buttler: “We need to be realistic about where we are as a team in ODI format. That is to build for the World Cup in India. [in 2023].. What do you need in the Indian situation?

“Recently, there have been some changes. [with Ben Stokes and Eoin Morgan retiring] So it’s about drawing a line in the sand, looking forward to the next World Cup and letting the team win it.

“If you lose a real all-rounder at Ben, you’ll run out of either batting or bowling. Now we have time to think about where we want to go and give the guys the opportunity to claim their place. “

Series player, Rassie van der Dussen: “It was a shame that it rained. I think it was a pretty good position.

“Quinny [Quinton de Kock] Struck brilliantly to put pressure back on England, and we were looking to reach over 300. I think 1-1 in the series is probably a fair result. England was good in stages and we were good too. “

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What’s next?

England and South Africa will face each other in the three-game T20 International Series mentioned above, followed by three tests starting with Rose (August 17-21) and another match at Emirates Old Trafford (August 25-29). Compete in a series. And Kia Oval (September 8-12).

Watch the first T20 International between England and South Africa live on Wednesday at Sky Sports Cricket from Bristol’s Seat Unique Stadium. Coverage begins at 6 pm and the first ball begins at 6:30 pm.

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