Rain delays start of England-South Africa second T20 at Old Trafford

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By CricketCountry Staff

Manchester: Sep 10, 2012

Rains delayed the start of the second Twenty20 international between England and South Africa at Old Trafford in Manchester on Monday.

The match was rescheduled at local time of 7.26pm with 18 overs per side.

Earlier at the toss, England captain Stuart Broad won the toss and elected to bowl against South Africa in their second T20.

England dropped struggling Ravi Bopara and brought in Luke Wright.

South Africa lead the three-match series 1-0 after winning the first tie at Chester-le-Street by a huge margin of seven wickets.

England captain Stuart Broad won the toss and elected to field against South Africa in the second Twenty20 International at Old Trafford, Manchester on Monday.

South Africa currently lead the three-match series 1-0 after beating England by seven wickets in the first T20 tie at Chester-le-Street.

Dale Steyn was awarded the Man of the Match for his figures of 4-0-13-1 with the ball. The hosts struggled against the spinners Johan Botha and Robin Peterson both of whom picked up two wickets apiece.

Kallis, returning to international duty after being rested from the drawn one-day series between the two countries, made 48 not out of 44 balls with seven fours.England captain Stuart Broad won the toss and elected to field against South Africa in the second Twenty20 International at Old Trafford, Manchester on Monday. South Africa currently lead the three-match series 1-0 after beating England by seven wickets in the first T20 tie at Chester-le-Street. Dale Steyn was awarded the Man of the Match for his figures of 4-0-13-1 with the ball. The hosts struggled against the spinners Johan Botha and Robin Peterson both of whom picked up two wickets apiece. Kallis, returning to international duty after being rested from the drawn one-day series between the two countries, made 48 not out of 44 balls with seven fours.