England set to hand debut to Tom Westley in a bid to fight back after Trent Bridge debacle in the third Test starts from Thursday at the Oval.
England slump to a 340-run defeat by South Africa on day four of the second Test at Trent Bridge on Monday.
England need another 473 runs for an unlikely victory as South Africa strengthen their grip on the second Test at Trent Bridge.
After bowling out England for 205 in the first innings, South Africa, who were 75/1, took a lead of 205 runs by the end of second day.
South Africa recover from a post-tea collapse to end the first day of the second Test on 309-6 against England at Trent Bridge.
South Africa will hope the return of captain Faf du Plessis leads to a revival in their fortunes in the second Test against England at Trent Bridge starting Friday.