Philander fit to bat for South Africa

30 July, 2017, 00:24 | Author: Felix Jensen
  • Vernon Philander had to go off the field for an our at the Oval due to an upset stomach

But the struggling South Africa-born Jennings, out for nought in the first innings of this match, almost fell cheaply again to another slip catch off Vernon Philander when he edged the paceman on six.

The pace-bowling all-rounder spent Friday night on a hospital drip after sending down just five overs on the second day of what is the 100th Test at The Oval.

On as first change behind the vastly experienced new-ball duo of James Anderson and Stuart Broad, Roland-Jones struck with just his 10th ball in Test cricket when Dean Elgar was caught behind to force an early tea.

The former England captain had added only six runs to his overnight score when he was given out lbw for 88.

But South Africa moved past the follow-on mark of 153 without him, during Bavuma (52) and Morne Morkel's ninth-wicket stand of 47 in this third Investec Test.

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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.

The diminutive Bavuma had a reprieve on 40 when an edged drive off Broad flew low to gully where a diving Ben Stokes could not hold what would have been a stunning catch.

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.

Bavuma's defiant knock was then brought to an end by Roland-Jones, who induced a nick behind to finish with 5-57 and a place on the honours board at The Oval.

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