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Cape Town - Not that it will count for much, but South Africa will go into Thursday's third Test against England at the Wanderers knowing that they have the upper hand over their opponents at the venue. 

The sides have met eight times in Johannesburg since 1956, with the Proteas having won three of those matches while England have won two and there have been three draws. 

The eight matches are split up into two batches - four before isolation, and four after. 

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