Steyn out of Newlands Test, Rabada in


South Africa captain Hashim Amla has confirmed that fast bowler Dale Steyn will not be fit to play in the second Test against England in Cape Town, failing to recover from a shoulder injury he picked up in Durban.

Steyn will thus be replaced by young paceman Kagiso Rabada, while Kyle Abbott awaits a fitness Test. If Abbott is ruled out too, then either Chris Morris or Hardus Viljoen could get a debut.

Amla said: "Dale will miss the next Test, and Kyle is pending a fitness test to see if he's good to go.

"Without Dale, Kagiso Rabada will come in. If Kyle is not fit we have to make a decision between Hardus Viljoen and Chris Morris, those are our two options."

The skipper also said that Quinton de Kock was set to take the wicketkeeping gloves, freeing AB de Villiers to focus on his batting. As such, either Temba Bavuma or JP Duminy are set to make way.

Amla did not say who the dropped batsman would be though: "That call is not made by me. It would be tough decision whoever is left out."

England leave the four-Test series one-nil after winning by 214 runs in Durban.