Sky Cricket Podcast: England beat South Africa 2-1
Nasser Hussain, Marcus Trescothick, Alastair Cook and Ian Botham analyse fourth Test
Last Updated: 26/01/16 2:10pm
Marcus Trescothick joins Nasser Hussain on the latest Sky Cricket Podcast to reflect on England's 2-1 series victory in the wake of South Africa's 280-run win in the fourth Test.
With the Basil D'Oliveira Trophy already won, England capitulated on day five at Centurion as Kagiso Rabada claimed his second five-for to finish with match figures of 13-144.
In addition, Ian Ward catches up with skipper Alastair Cook to get his reflections on the final day's play and the series as a whole. Plus, Sir Ian Botham shares his thoughts on England's top-order, including why he'd stick with Alex Hales…
That's the overview. Here's the breakdown…
CENTURION COLLAPSE - how South Africa claimed a consolation victory and how much gloss, if any, the result takes off England's series success
RABADA'S RISE - we assess the seamer's rise to prominence and why South Africa have been a touch fortunate to unearth such a talent
SUPER STOKES - why the all-rounder fully deserves the player of the series award and how England won the key moments in the first three Tests
TOP-ORDER TRAUMA - analysis of how Alex Hales, Nick Compton and James Taylor have fared and their England prospects for the summer
ONE-DAY WONDERS - England's 50-over improvement has been marked in the last year so how will they fare against South Africa?
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