England to win

England were dominant in the second Test and look ready to complete a series victory against a South Africa side tiring towards the end of a very long tour.

The hosts have won three of their last four Tests at The Oval and can exploit a South Africa batting line-up that looks very short of quality.

Ollie Pope to score over 24.5 first-innings runs

Pope has an unbelievable domestic record at The Oval for Surrey and scored 81 in his only previous Test on this ground last summer.

With scores of 145, 82 and 73 behind him this summer, this looks a great chance for him to further cement his spot in the team.

Harry Brook to score over 21.5 first-innings runs

Brook comes in for Jonny Bairstow with a superb summer’s worth of form behind him.

He has scored 967 runs at an average of 107.44 from just 12 innings for Yorkshire and scored 140 for the Lions against South Africa last month.

Stuart Broad to be England’s top first-innings wicket-taker

Broad was excellent at Old Trafford in the last Test, taking three first innings wickets to win punters some profit in this market.

He arguably deserved even more for his efforts there and with his Test career arguably on the line – he is not touring Pakistan later in the year, so couldn’t play again until February at the earliest – he will be determined to impress.

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