De Villiers unconcerned about Kolpak threat

“I feel it’s something of the past”

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South Africa have lost seven players to Kolpak deals over the last few months, including pace bowler Kyle Abbott, batsman Rilee Rossouw and wicketkeeper-batsman Stiaan van Zyl. Despite this, ODI captain AB de Villiers feels that the Proteas have nothing to worry about.

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South Africa vs England 3rd Test Day 3: Brilliant Broad hands England unassailable 2-0 lead

Broad finished with figures of 6-17 off 12.1 overs

Broad finished with figures of 6-17 off 12.1 overs

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South Africa’s reign as the top-ranked Test team came to an end on Saturday as a result of England pace bowler Stuart Broad’s incredible six-wicket haul on the third day of the third Test in Johannesburg.

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South Africa vs England 3rd Test Day 1: England hold edge after South Africa batsmen fail to convert starts

None of South Africa's batsmen were able to press on after making an encouraging start

None of South Africa’s batsmen were able to press on after making encouraging starts

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England secured a slight advantage on the first day of the third Test in Johannesburg as a result of South Africa’s batsmen failing to convert their starts into bigger scores.

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South Africa vs England 3rd Test Day 2: Stokes’ double ton and Bairstow’s 150 flattens South Africa

Stokes celebrates after scoring his maiden double hundred

Stokes celebrates after scoring his maiden double hundred

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England all-rounder Ben Stokes smashed the second-fastest double century in Test history and Jonny Bairstow scored a career-best 150 not out as the tourists made South Africa suffer on the second day of the third Test in Cape Town.

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South Africa vs England 1st Test Day 4: South Africa face tough battle on final day

England only need six wickets to win on the fifth and final day

England only need six wickets to win on the fifth and final day

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South Africa will be in for a tough challenge on the final day of the first Test in Durban as they will require 280 runs with six wickets in hand if they want to beat England and go 1-0 up in the series.

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