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England's Test match against South Africa postponed following Queen Elizabeth's death

England’s test match against South Africa has been postponed after Queen Elizabeth’s death and Rachel Heyhoe Flint Trophy matches have also been canceled as a mark of respect

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The third and decisive test match between England and South Africa has been postponed after the death of Queen Elizabeth II at the age of 96.

The first day of the third and final Test at The Oval was left without a ball being thrown on Thursday.

The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has confirmed Friday’s game will not take place.

They have yet to confirm whether the game will resume this weekend or if the test will be canceled altogether.

A statement read: ‘After the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, Friday’s play between England and South Africa Men at The Oval will not take place.

“For matches after Friday, updates will be provided in due course.”

The third and decisive test match between England and South Africa has been postponed

The third and decisive test match between England and South Africa has been postponed

Friday’s scheduled games in the Rachel Heyhoe Flint Trophy have also been postponed as a show of respect.

British sport is on the brink of a complete stop.

Golf action at the BMW PGA Championship in Wentworth was suspended ‘until further notice’ when news broke of the Queen’s death around 6:30 p.m. Thursday evening.

Discussions are currently underway with the government as to whether this weekend’s football matches will continue and ‘an appropriate announcement will be made as soon as possible’.

The first day of the third Test at The Oval was abandoned without a ball being thrown

The first day of the third Test at The Oval was abandoned without a ball being thrown

The first day of the third Test at The Oval was abandoned without a ball being thrown

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