England are licking their wounds after suffering a 107-run defeat in the first Test against South Africa in Centurion.
Here, the PA news agency looks at some key issues ahead of the second match of the series.
Do England finally have a clean bill of health?
Will there be changes to the batting lineup?
England lost seven for 39 in the first innings at SuperSport Park, just the latest example of an underwhelming performance with the bat putting them in a hole. Ollie Pope only missed the series opener due to the bug and looks certain to come back into the side at number six, after an eye-catching century in the tour match against South Africa A. His stand-in, Jonny Bairstow, made just 10 runs in two innings on his return to the side and seems certain to be dropped again. The only other spare batsman on tour is Zak Crawley, whose best chance of a game would appear to be Sibley not being cleared by medics.
Could they play a spinner this time?
Is it time to split up the Anderson/Broad axis?