England look to bowl out South Africa

All eyes were on Jennings at the start of England's second dig, the opener in need of a substantial contribution after a first-innings duck continued his run of low scores.

The 25-year-old Durham left-hander, England-qualified through his mother and by residence, almost fell cheaply again to another slip catch by Dean Elgar off Vernon Philander only for an edge on six to be dropped on this occasion.

But he only bowled five more overs in Friday's first session before leaving the field and has yet to return.

All-rounder Vernon Philander was discharged from the hospital on Saturday morning will bat on day three of the third test against England at the Oval, Cricket South Africa said.

The tourists had resumed on a highly vulnerable 126 for eight, having been 61 for seven at one stage on Friday following Roland-Jones' memorable four-wicket burst which accounted for South Africa's top order.

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Stokes could not quite cling on, and in Broad's next over South Africa were safely within 200 runs of England's total after a Bavuma cover-drive for four.

The Middlesex seamer completed a memorable debut five-fer with the wicket of Temba Bavuma, who had notched his eighth Test 50 before being caught behind by Jonny Bairstow.

Anderson, England's all-time leading wicket-taker, then had South Africa captain Faf du Plessis lbw for one playing no shot.

That left South Africa all out for 175 after James Anderson had made the initial breakthrough by coaxing an edge from Morne Morkel [17] that flew to Alastair Cook at first slip.

Several former captains had slammed England's batting in a huge 340-run second Test defeat at Trent Bridge that saw the Proteas level this four-match series at 1-1.

  • Lawrence Cooper