Mahmood gave ODI debut as turn couple Moeen and Rashid…

Britain gave a one-day universal introduction to quick bowler Saqib Mahmood and reviewed World Cup victors Moeen Ali and Adil Rashid for their must-win conflict against South Africa at Johannesburg.
Trailing 1-0 in front of the third and last ODI, captain Eoin Morgan reported the arrival of spinners Rashid and Moeen, with the pair not including in the destruction at Cape Town or the Durban waste of time as England looked to extend their ability pool.
Mahmood highlighted in three Twenty20s against New Zealand before Christmas and now the main wicket-taker in a year ago’s Royal London One-Day Cup will find a workable pace he can do on the global stage in the 50-over arrangement.
Crease pair Sam Curran and Chris Woakes and leg-spinner Matt Parkinson dropped out of the XI as England won the hurl and chose for field first in quite a while.
South Africa brought back paceman Lungi Ngidi to the detriment of Bjorn Fortuin in the yearly Pink Day, where England are joining the hosts in the activity by wearing a constrained version pink-roused pack.
Saqib Mahmood made his England debut (Themba Hadebe/AP)

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