The England National Cricket Team has been a full member of the ICC since 15 June, 1909, representing both England and Wales. They were one of the first teams to be given Test status (along with Australia) in 1877.
PAUL NEWMAN IN PORT ELIZABETH: Joe Root was worried about reacting to the 'over-zealous' celebration of Kagiso Rabada after taking his wicket that landed him a one-match ban.
South Africa paceman Kagiso Rabada will miss the decisive fourth Test against England after the 24-year-old's celebration of Joe Root's wicket in Port Elizabeth fell foul of the match referee.
PAUL NEWMAN IN PORT ELIZABETH: A South Africa tour that seemed to be heading for disaster now seems destined to be remembered fondly as the birth of a new, young, vibrant England.
This feels like the changing of the England guard now. Over the last 10 days of Test cricket we have seen Joe Root fully in charge of his side.
England turned the Test series against South Africa around with victory in Port Elizabeth putting the tourists 2-1 up. Here, Paul Newman and Neil Manthorp give their player ratings from the third Test.
England will almost certainly withdraw Dom Bess from the second-string trip to Australia this week following his re-emergence as a Test spinner.
England are on the brink of sealing victory in the third Test in Port Elizabeth on Monday, needing just three more wickets to grab the series lead against South Africa.
NEIL MANTHORP IN PORT ELIZABETH: Faf du Plessis will face even greater pressure than he has already endured in the last year after what will be a humiliating defeat on Monday.
NASSER HUSSAIN IN PORT ELIZABETH: The young players are really finding their way under Joe Root and it does look as though it is the England captain who is moulding his side.
PAUL NEWMAN IN PORT ELIZABETH: England advanced towards an innings victory in the third Test against South Africa as Joe Root played an unlikely starring role with the ball.
MARTIN SAMUEL IN PORT ELIZABETH: England have four wickets to mop up to win this Test against South Africa by an innings and plenty, providing rain does not offer an escape.
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