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'Settled' Proteas can usurp England in their own back yard

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Fast bowler Lungi Ngidi has been tipped as a strong weapon for the Proteas in English conditions. Photo: Steve Bardens / Getty Images
Fast bowler Lungi Ngidi has been tipped as a strong weapon for the Proteas in English conditions. Photo: Steve Bardens / Getty Images

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Since Graeme Smith’s touring party beat England on their own turf in a test series to ascend to the summit of world cricket in August 2012, the Proteas have not tasted similar success against them.

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