At Port Elizabeth, a total of 30 Test matches have been played, with 12 being won by teams batting first and 13 by the teams bowling in the 1st innings.
The Proteas struggled with the bat as they failed to reach 250 in either of their two innings with the bat.
Rassie van der Dussen and Dwaine Pretorious were handed debuts in the first Test, followed by Pieter Malan in the second.
Ben Stokes's magical all-round performance helped his side to victory in the second Test.
Dom Sibley scored 133 not out en route his maiden century in Tests.
Captain Joe Root might be the latest entry in the list of unwell players in the England squad, which has been rising almost exponentially. With the series tied at 1-1 and two games to follow, Root's possible exclusion from the third Test can become a series-deciding factor. South Africa will be aiming to test England's dependency on Ben Stokes with both bat and ball. Jofra Archer is expected to be back, however, the tourists will miss the services of veteran bowler James Anderson. From the home team's point of view, Pieter Malan's good show on debut and Anrich Nortje's burst with the ball were positives to be taken note of.