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South Africa v England: Ben Stokes and Ollie Pope give tourists edge

BBC Sport Thursday, 16 January 2020 ()
An unbroken stand of 56 between Ben Stokes and Ollie Pope gave England a slight edge over South Africa at the end of a fluctuating first day of the third Test in Port Elizabeth.
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