The hosts comfortably dispatched a South African side who appeared to lack fight and grit in the first ODI at Headlingley. Morgan, Ali and Hales all showcased England’s established reputation as one of the best one day sides in the world and in the process further enhanced their chances of winning the Champions Trophy.

The Rose Bowl hasn’t proven too fruitful for Morgan’s men in recent times, England have lost five of their last six games on the south coast. Much like Headlingley, Hampshire’s home ground has proven a batsman-friendly deck this summer, highlighted by a 700-plus run fest between Hampshire and Glamorgan in the Royal London One Day Cup. Couple this with the form of both sides' top order and it's the batting markets which look worth the investment again.

Will a player score a 100? Yes - 2pts @ 4/6
Team to score most sixes? England - 2pts @ 10/11
Jos Buttler top England batsman - 0.5pts @ 8/1
Quiton De Kock top SA batsman - 0.5pts @ 7/2