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England look to bowl out South Africa

29 Juillet 2017

Philander took two wickets on the first day of the ongoing third Test at The Oval in between bouts of a stomach bug.

England have a big opportunity to cash in on Toby Roland-Jones' dream Test debut at The Oval, but it is one which will be far easier if they can continue to take advantage of Vernon Philander's absence for South Africa.

Heino Kuhn was 10 not out.

Looking like a batsman who has a first-class hundred to his name, his effort included a mishit pulled six and provided sterling service to Ben Stokes as he went on to a formidable century.

The 29-year-old, known as Tobias "The Destroyer" Roland-Jones, made his test debut against South Africa on July 27.

Middlesex seamer Roland-Jones had much reason for personal satisfaction as he said: "I suppose this is the moment that every young kid dreams of, representing their country - and I'm no different".

"The way this afternoon unfolded was something I hadn't pictured [before the match]".

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"I think it is one that I have worked the hardest for", he said.

The England vice-captain, who had seen Alastair Cook fall for 88, was unbeaten on 90 when he was joined by No11 Jimmy Anderson at the crease. "I came off the field after the first day and did not feel in the best of form. I was just in the frame of mind to hit it".

"If you look at his economy rates, it's not just about wickets - but that control and the economy rate - and I think on that wicket today and yesterday, the economy just shows we didn't land enough balls in the right areas and ask enough questions". We knew we just had to work through the hard times, and put away any bad balls.

"Thanks to Faf - he took a good catch on the boundary but his momentum just took him over".

"Vernon Philander has been admitted to hospital and is being treated for a probable viral infection", Proteas team manager Mohammed Moosajee said.

"He is on a drip at the moment and getting some other things", said the spokeswoman.

"I thought the first ball was pretty close - and having never used a review system before, I managed to fail at my first attempt", he added, with a rueful smile.

England look to bowl out South Africa