South Africa lose two before rain proves a buzzkill

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Aryan Surana

Rain has stopped play in the third ODI between England and South Africa at Leeds. Quinton de Kock is going strong in the decider as he has brought up his fifty after South Africa won the toss and chose to bat. Both teams remain unchanged from the last match, which England won in style. While South Africa thrashed England by 62 runs in the first ODI, the hosts retaliated ferociously in the second match, winning the rain-affected game by a fat margin of 118 runs. Jos Buttler will wish to seal his first series win as white-ball captain, having lost the T20I and ODI series against India earlier this month.