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A series decider in Cardiff, then. South Africa-s victory in the second match at Taunton should have been England-s but they threw a prime position away by losing five wickets for 47 runs in 6.3 overs in pursuit of the Proteas- under par total. Until then, things had gone entirely to plan for Eoin Morgan and his men so they would not have been expecting this to be a do or die match.
AB de Villiers said before the Taunton game that his team would come out fighting and they sure made good his word in the field. Chris Morris in particular was excellent and it was a more intense and aggressive South Africa than was seen in the first match at the Ageas Bowl in Southampton. With a series win on the line, they will hope to channel that same mentality.
England themselves should not lack motivation given the venue and they may feel slightly hard done by after Jason Roy-s dismissal for obstructing the field in the previous match. Although the general consensus - Ben Stokes-s Twitter rant aside - is that it was the correct decision to give him out, his wicket started England-s collapse and probably cost them the game. If there is any resentment at that decision within the dressing room, they have a chance to put it right in Wales- capital.
Conditions in Cardiff should be far different to the pace and bounce of Taunton and both teams will have to play a vastly different game. The slower surface will probably suit England more with their greater spin resources but they will hope to adapt better than they did during their Champions Trophy semi-final defeat to Pakistan here a couple of weeks ago when a slow, low pitch was partly their undoing. That disappointment will stay with those involved for a while yet but victory here will go some way to easing that pain.
When: Sunday June 25, 2017 at 2:30 PM Local Time (7:00 PM IST)
Where: SWALEC Stadium, Cardiff, Wales
What to expect: Unlike the semi-final of the Champions Trophy, the pitch will be a fresh one and should be good for batting generally but will offer the slower bowlers something to work with without the pace of Taunton. The forecast should be dry for the match itself but rain may be around in the morning.
England: Eoin Morgan said before this series that all five uncapped players will get a game. So Middlesex-s batsman Dawid Malan and Somerset-s seamer Craig Overton, so far unused, will play. Alex Hales will return too after being rested for the previous match and leg-spinner Mason Crane should also come in after his impressive debut in Southampton. Jason Roy and Jonny Bairstow, both of whom have made runs so far, could be rested.
South Africa: Imran Tahir is a candidate to come in to the side given the expected conditions but it is unlikely South Africa will change their seam attack after the impressive performances of Morris and Morne Morkel with the new ball and Dane Paterson and Andile Phehlukwayo in the middle overs. Reeza Hendricks may miss out at the top of the order after scoring just ten runs in the two games so far.
"We showed a lot of fight. We-ve been going through a tough time as a side but I am glad with the courage we displayed. In a T20 it is easy to lie down and get things done with but we showed heart and am really proud" - Chris Morris, the MoM in the previous game, is pleased with South Africa-s fighting display.
England: Jason Roy, Sam Billings, Jonny Bairstow, Liam Livingstone, Jos Buttler(w), Eoin Morgan(c), Liam Dawson, Liam Plunkett, David Willey, Chris Jordan, Tom Curran, Alex Hales, Dawid Malan, Mark Wood, Craig Overton, Mason Crane
South Africa: JJ Smuts, Reeza Hendricks, Mangaliso Mosehle(w), AB de Villiers(c), David Miller, Farhaan Behardien, Chris Morris, Andile Phehlukwayo, Morne Morkel, Dane Paterson, Tabraiz Shamsi, Wayne Parnell, Imran Tahir, Dwaine Pretorius