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England bowled out South Africa for 118 as Ollie Robinson collected a five-wicket haul at the Oval. Stuart Broad picked up four wickets and James Anderson got the other as the tourists toiled in the deciding Test of the three-match series.
No play was possible at all on day one as rain washed out Harry Brook’s hopes of a debut, while on Friday the decision was taken that no play would occur as a mark of respect to Queen Elizabeth II, who died the day previous. The ECB did however confirm that the action would resume on Saturday, and the players and fans at the Oval paid tribute to the Queen on Saturday morning with a minute’s silence.
South Africa won the first Test by an innings and 12 runs after a real batting collapse, but England thrashed their rivals to take the second Test and level the series at the end of August.