LIVE: England v South Africa – follow the score from the fifth ODI at Trent Bridge
13:02 GMT, 5 September 2012
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England will be determined to complete a notable NatWest Series one day international triumph after the huge disappointment of their heavy Test defeat by South Africa.
Alastair Cook's side were comfortable six-wicket winners at Lord's and take a 2-1 lead into this final encounter at Trent Bridge.
But they must do so without Jonathan Trott, who has been ruled out with the hand injury he suffered in Sunday's win.
Victory over the Proteas will be huge boost ahead of a busy winter schedule.
There are two T20s against South Africa yet to come, before the team head to Sri Lanka for the ICC World Twenty20.
There follows a Test, ODI and T20 series away in India.
England won the toss and elected to bat. There were two changes to Cook's team: Jonny Bairstow and Chris Woakes replace injured pair Trott and Steven Finn.
You can stay right up to date with the latest score from Nottingham by clicking on the link below.
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England: A N Cook (Capt), I R Bell, R S Bopara, E J G Morgan, J M Bairstow, C Kieswetter (Wkt), S R Patel, J C Tredwell, C R Woakes, J W Dernbach, J M Anderson.
South Africa: H M Amla, G C Smith, D Elgar, A B de Villiers (Capt Wkt), J P Duminy, F du Plessis, W D Parnell, J L Ontong R J Peterson, D W Steyn, M Morkel.
Umpires: H D P K Dharmasena and R K Illingworth
Line 'em up: England can seal the series against South Africa at Trent Bridge