England look to bowl out South Africa

England's Ben Stokes raced to the 10th half-century of his Test career

The former England captain had added only six runs to his overnight score when he was given out lbw for 88.

Jennings was 34 not out and Tom Westley, one of three debutants in England's XI, unbeaten on 28 in what is the 100th Test at The Oval.

On as first change behind the vastly experienced new-ball duo of James Anderson and Stuart Broad, Roland-Jones struck with just his 10th ball in Test cricket when Dean Elgar was caught behind to force an early tea. Toby Roland-Jones then stole the show with ball with a four-wicket haul and ran through the South African batting line-up and had it in tatters.

Vernon Philander has been passed fit to bat for South Africa as they try to avoid a follow-on in the third Test against England at The Oval today.

Stokes came within a whisker of producing one of the catches of the year low to his left in the gully, but was just unable to keep hold of a powerful Bavuma edge.

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Bavuma subsequently ensured South Africa avoided the follow-on by driving a Broad half-volley through the covers for four.

The Middlesex seamer completed a memorable debut five-fer with the wicket of Temba Bavuma, who had notched his eighth Test 50 before being caught behind by Jonny Bairstow.

But Bavuma was out soon afterwards, with Roland-Jones leading England off the field.

It appeared Westley, who made 25 in England's first innings, was making a conscious effort to play straighter and only turn balls angled into his pads onto the legside.

The only wicket to fall in the session was that of Alastair Cook, who was bowled by a beauty from Morne Morkel for 7, that straightened off the pitch and hit the top of off-stump.