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Live Reporting

Stephan Shemilt

All times stated are UK

  1. Post update

    So, England win the series with a game to spare.

    Can they do the clean sweep? Join us on Tuesday to find out.

    Bye for now.

  2. Post update

    England captain Eoin Morgan: "We weren't up with the run rate we were a couple of nights ago. With a short boundary, you're only ever a big over away.

    "Experience helps, holding your nerve. Today's performance was very pleasing. Everyone in the changing room will applaud the bowling unit. Everybody contributed."

  3. Post update

    South Africa captain Quinton de Kock on Sky Sports: "Dawid batted really well. The captain came in and finished it off.

    "Once again the guys played really well - it just wasn't the day for us. We've got to keep going and keep learning. I said 150 could be a good score here."

    On Tabraiz Shamsi, who took 3-19: "Shamo was a bit disappointed with his last game. He wanted to make a statement and lead from the front, so I'm very happy for him."

  4. Post update

    England's Chris Jordan on Sky Sports: "It's good to win the series - that's what we set out to do first and foremost.

    "We put a lot of things right in the bowling department in this game. From the first games, I gave a couple of soft wides that cost me at the end. It's making those personal assessments and putting those wrongs right."

    On taking his 65th T20 wicket, moving level with Stuart Broad as England's leading T20 wicket-taker: "it's a nice milesotne, as long as I'm doing a job for the team and winning series, I'm happy to take it."

  5. Post update

    Man of the match Dawid Malan on Sky Sports: "My intent probably wasn't where it should have been, but I found it in there end and it's pleasing to get over the line.

    "I learned my cricket in the nets over there and it's nice to come home and win a game for England.

    "We are used to getting over the line. You can feed off each other.

    "I trying not think about being number one in the world. It doesn't guarantee runs. It's something I'll look back on when I retire."

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    Rachel T: Morgan could probably manage Man Utd in his spare time and make a success of it.

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    Josh Verrills: Perfectly paced innings from Dawid Malan - showing, again, why he is the world’s best batsman in this format. Him and Morgan are perfect batsmen for those types of run chases when the pitch is slow scoring and the run rate is increasing. Quality win for England.

  8. Post update

    We're now not getting as many messages saying Eoin Morgan should be sacked as Man Utd manager.

  9. Post update

    So, England have won in two tight run-chases. The year-long build-up to the T20 World Cup starts nicely. They will aim for the clean sweep in this series on Tuesday evening.

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    Tattz: It just feels like these England T20 and ODI teams think they can win from any match situation. Indeed - they don't just think it, they do it regularly. Morgan has to be credited with instilling such a positive, can-do mindset.

  11. Post update

    That was another cracker, wasn't it? These two teams keep serving them up in T20 cricket. Quinton de Kock looks absolutely gutted.

  12. England win by four wickets

    Eng 150-6

    Flicked to square leg for four!

    Chris Jordan seals the match and the series for England, the coolest man in Paarl.

  13. Eng 146-6

    Target 147

    Dot ball!

    Bouncer, Jordan ducks. Not called wide.

    One from two.

    Super over?

  14. Eng 146-6

    Target 147

    Scores level!

    Chris Jordan shovels a couple to long leg. Throw to the keeper's end, but Jordan is rapid.

  15. WICKET

    S Curran b Rabada 1 (Eng 144-6)

    Bowled him!

    Sam Curran plays on. A precious dot ball, too.

    Morgan stranded at the wrong end.

    Three from four required...

  16. Eng 144-5

    Target 147

    Dot ball. Curran swings and misses.

  17. Eng 144-5

    Target 147

    Rabada to bowl it...

  18. Eng 144-5

    Target 147

    Four! Edge from Morgan, just past the despairing dive of De Kock.

    That's the game.

    Only three needed from the final over.

  19. Eng 140-5

    Target 147

    Leg bye. One more. 7 from 7.