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  • 14 March 2019
    导出博客文章Stuart Broad is set to return to the England one-day team for the fourth ODI
    with South Africa in Johannesburg on Friday. Trevor Bayliss side won the first
    two matches in the five-match series before the Proteas secured a seven-wicket
    victory in the third clash on Tuesday.Broad has not played for his country in
    the one-day format since their disappointing World Cup performance last year and
    in-form batsman Joe Root feels the experienced fast bowler will offer a boost to
    the squad. I am sure he will be desperate to come out there and play, especially
    after the way he performed out here last time, said Root.Stuart has played over
    100 one-dayers for England and has huge amounts of experience. If he comes in,
    that knowledge is just one of the things he will bring. Nick Knight joins James
    Cole as they preview the fourth ODI between South Africa and England Its very
    exciting and everyone who is not playing at the minute is pushing hard for
    places and that is exactly where you want to be in a squad of players.Despite
    losing Tuesdays game, Yorkshire batsman Root insists England remain confident in
    their abilities and will be looking to seal a series victory at the first
    opportunity, at the same venue in which they secured their Test series victory.
    Joe Root with Stuart Broad at Thursdays nets session at Bidvest Stadium We have
    played some fantastic cricket for six months now in this format of the game, he
    told Sky Sports News HQ.In that respect, we have got a lot of momentum and it is
    about making sure we keep building on everything we are doing and keep learning
    from our experiences.We must learn from the loss the other night and make sure
    that something like that doesnt happen again. Englands Joe Root is in confident
    mood ahead of the fourth ODI with South Africa Root scored a century in the
    first innings of the Test victory over South Africa in January and he expects
    another high scoring contest in the ODI encounter.With the thin air, the ball
    flies further on the highveld and with good wickets and fast outfields, youre
    going to get big scores, he added.So if you get in, youve got to make sure you
    make the most of it.Weve got some very hungry guys in our squad who are keen to
    make some big scores and put South Africa under pressure if we bat first.Watch
    the fourth ODI between South Africa and England live on Sky Sports 2 HD from
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