While Australia will always remain England’s biggest rivals, their recent series against South Africa have been just as closely contested.
BBC Sport takes a look at the Proteas’ visits to England since their return to international cricket.
1994: England 1-1 South Africa
Three years after being readmitted by the International Cricket Council, South Africa toured England for the first time since 1965. The Proteas announced their return with a crushing victory at Lord’s, with captain Kepler Wessels getting a century. After a draw at Headingley, a Devon Malcolm-inspired England squared the series at The Oval.
“You guys are history”
Mercurial fast bowler Malcolm had been recalled for the final Test but managed only 1-81 in South Africa’s first innings. When he came out to bat, he was hit
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