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The big issues facing 50-over world champions England as they return to the fray in South Africa


England begin preparations for the defence of their 50-over world title with a three-match series in South Africa, which starts on Friday.

Jos Buttler’s side triumphed in the T20 final against Pakistan in November, becoming the first nation to hold both white-ball World Cups ahead of the 50-over tournament in India, which is nine months away.

Sportsmail explores the pressing issues facing white-ball coach Matthew Mott and his squad.

England continue to stick by batter Jason Roy (pictured) despite his recent drop off in form

England continue to stick by batter Jason Roy (pictured) despite his recent drop off in form

CAN RUN-SHY ROY REPAY THE FAITH?

England continue to stick by the Surrey batter Jason Roy despite little sign of him clambering out of a long-term rut. He has acclimatised, having spent the past few weeks at the SA20. Although, worryingly for him at a time when…



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