British and Italian classic car icons confirmed for April’s Salon Privé London Concours de Vente

  • Concours de Vente is a unique highlight of Salon Privé London at Royal Hospital Chelsea
  • 75 of the world’s finest collector cars will be on display – and they will all be for sale
  • Latest entries include legendary models from Ferrari, Lamborghini, Aston Martin, and AC
  • The Second edition of Salon Privé London is being held on 20-22 April 2023
Ferrari Salon Privé London

Salon Privé London

Thursday 20 – Saturday 22 April

More entries have been confirmed for the famous Salon Privé London Concours de Vente collector car spectacle. From 20-22 April, 75 of the world’s most iconic classic cars will be on display in the central area of Royal Hospital Chelsea – and in contrast to other concours events, every one of them will be for sale! With three classes – up to £250,000, between £250,000 and £1 million, and over £1 million – awards include best in class prizes and the ultimate Prix d’Honneur, or best in show.

1967 Lamborghini Miura P400

After the inaugural success of 2022, a number of classic car specialists are returning for 2023. Simon Drabble Cars will show a headline-grabbing 1967 Lamborghini Miura P400 which has been upgraded to S specification. It is just the 23rd Miura ever built, finished in the classic combination of Rosso Miura over Nero Fintapelle. Registered in Italy, the car travelled to France and then to the United States, before returning to France in the 1990s for a comprehensive restoration – and exhibition at the 2003 Paris Retromobile. It came to the UK in 2013, took part in 2016’s 50th Anniversary Miura Tour in Spain, and in 2020 was added to the collection of a noted collector and Lamborghini VIP client.

For those who prefer an open-top British classic, Classic Motor Hub will be featuring a 1965 Aston Martin DB5 Convertible, one of just 123 drop-top DB5s to leave the Newport Pagnell factory. Its first owner was high-end shirtmaker Lionel Frank, whose clients fittingly included three James Bond actors: Sean Connery, George Lazenby and Roger Moore. Passing through several owners through the years, the ‘shabby chic’ DB5 Convertible was used regularly before a full body-off restoration in the early 2010s. Once complete, it lined up at the 2013 Wilton Supercar Day as part of an Aston Martin centenary timeline, and later won Best in Show at the 2015 Bristol Classic Car Show. The history file includes the car’s original factory build sheet, complete pictorial record of its restoration, and an Aston Martin Heritage certificate.

DB5 Convertible

Barkaways will showcase an immaculate 1977 Ferrari 308 GTB that’s covered a mere 17,857km (just over 11,000 miles). Sold new in Italy, it was originally owned by a Fiat dealer principal for many years. The second owner purchased the car, imported it to the UK and commissioned Barkaways for a full restoration in 2014. Upon completion, the Rosso Chiaro car was used as one of the promotional models for Salon Privé Blenheim in 2015 – where it won an award at the Concours event. It is an attainable classic that, like all Concours de Vente cars, is up for sale and can be purchased on the day at Salon Privé London 2023.

1977 Ferrari 308 GTB

A stunning AC Cobra Lightweight will be exhibited by Hendon Way Motors, one of just 44 original and correct lightweights produced. The super-rare 1991 car was built by AutoKraft, the British company that manufactured genuine and fully-licenced AC-badged sports cars throughout the 1980s and 1990s. Founded by Brian Angliss, his cars were so good, AC’s owners sold him the rights to the name in 1986. The Lightweight model was revealed at the 1990 Geneva Salon. Weighing just 1,070kg, this car has an SVO high-performance V8, Holley carburettors and has covered just 2,701 miles. It’s finished in Ford Diamond White with a red stripe, and Salon Privé London’s Concours de Vente presents a rare opportunity to inspect and buy this truly exceptional one-owner vehicle.

1991 AutoKraft AC Cobra LHD Lightweight

Confirming the unique appeal of Concours de Vente, Salon Privé London is attracting a rich gathering of specialist dealers from throughout the classic car industry. Two specialists will be making their Royal Hospital Chelsea debut; Rutland’s Car Iconics and Chelmsford’s J.D Classics will both be bringing fantastic models for sale to the immaculate lawns on the banks of the River Thames.

Other confirmed dealers for Salon Privé London 2023 include Aston Martin specialist RS Williams, online platform Collecting Cars and Ferrari specialist Furlonger Specialist Sports Cars. And be it historic collector cars from Graeme Hunt or luxury cars from Hilton & Moss, the Salon Privé London Concours de Vente has it all.

Salon Privé London is one of the world’s most prestigious automotive events and the sister event to the globally renowned Salon Privé at Blenheim Palace which is now in its 18th year.

Set to be the capital’s most exclusive automotive party, Salon Privé London offers plenty to see and do in addition to the motoring attractions. There will be a luxury shopping village featuring brands such as high-end British Jewellery designer Boodles, and watches from famed luxury brand, Montblanc. Food and hospitality will also be first class, in the famed Salon Privé tradition, with a three-course luncheon, delicious Pommery Champagne, cocktails from the London Essence Co and fine wines from Chateau La Gordonne.  

Further highlights include Friday’s Boodles Ladies’ Day, fun for all the family during Saturday at Salon Privé, plus exclusive VIP hospitality at The Sloane and DJs keeping the party going well into the evening on Thursday and Friday.  

Our ICON. John Motson

The legendary commentator and our good friend John Motson has sadly passed away on Thursday 23 February, aged 77.

A Legendary Sports Commentator

John was a regular guest at our ICON events and many of our clients would have had the opportunity to speak with him, take photos and hear his iconic voice that can be recognised all around the world.

One of the kindest people in the industry, John would spend his time sharing his incredible stories in the footballing world with passion and detail. He had quite a few to choose from, covering an astonishing 10 World Cups, 10 Euro Championships and 29 FA Cup Finals before retiring from his commentary duties in 2018.

John Motson at Wembley
John Motson at Wembley

His 50 year broadcasting career has included moments that will never be forgotten. From the 1988 FA Cup Final where “the Crazy Gang have beaten the Culture Club” to his favourite match where England beat Germany 5-1 away “Oh, this is getting better and better and better. One, two, three for Michael Owen!”

When John spoke, no matter where you were, heads all around the room would turn. As one of the most inspirational and recognisable voices of all time, ‘Motty’ would always be noticed but was never too busy to take the time to chat.

John’s Best Bits

John worked at the BBC for the majority of his career and his story and experiences is fascinating. You can review his story and see for yourself how iconic he was.

John loved Horse Racing

Although John’s impeccable career was centred around football, his passion for other sports such as Horse Racing was there for all to see.

John loved the Cheltenham Festival and the ICON was due to be with us at the festival in just a few weeks time. As ever, John was more than happy to speak to our clients, share a few of his tips and get the punters going with a little commentary of his own.

John Motson at Cheltenham

Outside of his usual spot in the commentary box, John kept busy throughout his career and maximised his popularity and natural charismatic gifts.

Motson provided commentary and narration for Cbeebies programme Footy Pups, featured on the FIFA video game series for 10 years and featured on Motty Mastermind!

We want to send our deepest condolences to Anne, who was John’s lifelong partner and Mother to their son and more recently a Grandmother

Anne and John were married for a sensational 45 years and she was a regular attendee alongside John at our ICON events. You couldn’t wish to meet a nicer person and the most important figure in John’s life.

Last Minute Christmas Gifting Experiences

Looking for some last minute gifting inspiration? Treat the ones you love to an incredible occasion at some of the biggest events in 2023. 

From concerts and comedy shows, to Formula 1 and Football, there’s something for everyone with a whole array of events up and down the country.

Check out some of our luxury, premium and value gift options below or take a look at our event calendar for a full range of hospitality options.

Luxury Gifts

Make lasting memories with an experience guaranteed to impress. Hospitality at the biggest sporting venues in London is a gift like no other, and will be an occasion they talk about for years to come.

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The Ashes – Lord’s Test

Wednesday 28 June – Sunday 2 July

Guinness Six Nations – England v Scotland

Saturday 4 February 2023

Wembley Pitch FA Cup Final

England v Ukraine

Sunday 26 March 2023

Premium Gifts

Whether it’s a day of superb golf at a championship golf course, or a night of fantastic live music, these options are the perfect choices for family and friends.

Golf Day at The Grove Tee-shot

ICON Golf Day at The Grove

Wednesday 20 September 2023

Arctic Monkeys

Saturday 3 June 2023

Value Gifts

Football fan or Formula 1 fanatic? Give them a day they won’t forget with the Champions’ Club at Stamford Bridge. Choose from any upcoming Chelsea fixture in 2023 and we’ll make it a day you and your guests won’t forget.

Chelsea v Bournemouth

Tuesday 27 December 2022

Silverstone British Grand Prix cars

F1 – British Grand Prix Friday

Friday 7 July 2023


Harry Styles

Saturday 17 June 2023

Peter Kay

Saturday 7 October 2023

We’re Official Hospitality Partners for the RHS Chelsea Flower Show

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We’re delighted to confirm our Official Hospitality Partner status for the 2023 RHS Chelsea Flower Show, the most quintessentially British hospitality event on the yearly calendar.

With huge thanks and gratitude we say goodbye to the Raymond Blanc / Jardin Blanc era at the Royal Hospital Chelsea and we’re extremely excited to welcome and introduce ‘Spring Garden’.

Spring Garden is a haven away from the everyday, nestled in the heart of the world’s most renowned flower show. Explore , forage and discover food and drink served straight from the earth, with minimum disruption to the natural world.

Chef Patron Skye Gyngell, of Spring, Heckfield Place and formerly of Petersham Nurseries, has become one of Britain’s most respected and acclaimed chefs. Renowned for her signature style of seasonal and elegant cooking, she has created an ingredient led bespoke menu for Spring Garden. This exciting new restaurant will be a true collaboration between Skye and London’s foremost luxe caterer Alison Price & Company.

We can’t wait to be back in 2023 at The Royal Hospital Chelsea for another wonderful spring / summer edition of the RHS Chelsea Flower Show.

Spring Garden Design Chelsea Flower Show
Spring Garden Design Chelsea Flower Show

RHS Chelsea History

The first Chelsea Flower Show was 109 years ago in 1913 on May 20th and has been held on a similar weekend ever since. The event lasted three days and was held within a single marquee, so the development of the Chelsea Flower Show has been astronomical. Royal visits over time became more traditional as the King and Queen did not attend in 1913, but the King’s Mother, Queen Alexandra was in attendance.

The first ever Gold medal was given in the inaugural year before World War 1 began and took it’s toll on the format. John Wood of Boston Spa was awarded the sought after prize for his rock garden.

The show really started to develop commercially in the 1980s and 1990s, which included the creation of a subsequent flower show at Hampton Court Palace Festival, taken over by the RHS in 1993. The RHS Chelsea Flower Show expanded it’s capacity alongside the demand for tickets, with a requirement for more elaborate package and hospitality options occurring in the 2010’s.

In 2016, Jardin Blanc was unveiled at Chelsea, with Raymond Blanc spearheading a revolution in the show’s catering options. Leading us to the present where hospitality has been designed to cater for a modern audience, alongside the traditional elements and heritage of the Flower Show.

Spring Garden Hospitality

Join us in our private chalets for an exclusive experience, available for only one week of the year. All of our chalets and experiences marry together the natural world and London’s fine dining scene.

From the excitement of the RHS Chelsea Flower Show, enter an abundant garden filled with herbs and vegetables, ready to be discovered and bring your culinary journey to life.

Elevate your next special occasion or bring together your team for corporate
hospitality. Whether you are enjoying one of our shared tables or have hired a full chalet just for your chosen guests, we look forward to welcoming you to Spring Garden.

2023 RHS Chelsea Flower Show Hospitality Options

From a hospitality perspective, the show will once again be across five days with the 2023 theme focused on earthy ingredients that are used to put the finishing touches on incredible dishes.

Lovage:- An aromatic perennial herb of the carrot family. In summer, umbels of yellow flowers appear

Sorrel:- A forged herb renowned for it’s tangy, citrusy leaves. Always harvest the youngest, tender leaves for notes of yuzu.

Fennel:- An ornamental culinary herb, found across English borders. Use the bulb sparingly or harvest the leaves for pesto.

Angelica:- A Eurasian biennial whose roots and seeds yield a flavouring oil. Gather and candy the young stems.

Verbena:- A garden vervain of hybrid origin. Widely known for their showy spikes of white, pink, red or blue flowers which are borne in profusion over a long season.

Sage:- A culinary herb with silvery evergreen leaves, and flowers fading from intense blue to magenta. Pick in the early evening when the aromatic oils are concentrated.

Hyssop:– A highly aromatic plant, with linear and lance shaped bright green leaves. Distill to create a vibrant oil used for flavouring.

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Supporting the fight for Ukraine

£17,000+ raised for the Disasters Emergency Committee

With the World Cup now on the eyes of the football world which is often a celebration of countries around the world sharing the global love of of the sport, Engage has been looking at ways to help do our part in supporting Ukraine.

Like the rest of the world, we are shocked and saddened by the continuation of the humanitarian crisis in Ukraine. We welcome guests from far and wide to our events, as well as hosting events all around the world and we wanted to offer our support and solidarity with the people of Ukraine in a meaningful way, through the Disasters Emergency Committee.

10% of the revenue generated by sales towards England v Ukraine has been raised for the Disasters Emergency Committee.

We support the issues that are important to our team and organisation and we hope our donation of £17,000 to the Disasters Emergency Committee Appeal will help further the incredible support shown by farmers across the UK.

Thanks to everyone at Engage Sport Management and a massive thank you to our clients for attending and supporting our cause.

Blur announce spectacular Wembley gig!

Britpop legends Blur have announced their long awaited return to the stage with a sensational gig confirmed at Wembley on Saturday 08 July.

Blur have confirmed their unmissable comeback and you can enjoy it with Engage hospitality.

The gig, set to be their only performance in the UK in 2023 marks the 30th anniversary of their iconic 1994 Parklife album.

Following its release in 1994, the bands album Parklife sold more than five millions copies, at the same time becoming a record that defined a generation as one of the soundtracks to the Britpop era.

2022 was an incredible year for concerts, but 2023 is set to be even bigger!

Check out our list of concerts at major venues such as Wembley, The O2, Hyde Park, Emirates Old Trafford and Henley Festival just to name a few.

Let us know you’re interested on our contact us page to be the first in line to secure hospitality for Blur.

As soon as our hospitality is available you can find the details here.

“A Golf Day like no other!”

Another Iconic day at The Grove

The weather was bright and the course was full as our clients kicked off another stunning day at The Grove on Wednesday 21 September.

The double shotgun format is perfect for our players to have a fun and competitive day out.

Check out last week’s highlights reel on Instagram and see what ICONs you can spot!

Highlights of our 2021 ICON Golf Day at The Grove

Stunning food on every hole!

The double shotgun format is perfect for our players to have a fun and competitive day out and with food on every single tee, you’ll want to take your time and savour all the great products from Jimmy Garcia.

Fantastic Drinks throughout and our on-course DJ!

Alongside of the food, the ICON Golf Day at The Grove will provide fun and interesting drinks throughout to keep you hydrated, as well a fantastic DJ on hole 11 to keep spirits high on the tee.

Our Hole in One Winner

Back in May 2022, one of our players managed the unbelievable feat of making a hole-in-one on the designated hole at The Grove to win the jackpot prize, equivalent of £50,000!

Hear his reaction to the fantastic achievement

Our ICONs are always in attendance playing some of our clients in the celebrity package option. Names from the sporting and entertainment world join us in what is a special day for everyone. Play one of the best courses in the country with a legend, you can’t beat it!

2023 ICON Golf Days

We have two ICON Golf Days at The Grove scheduled for 2023 and we can’t wait to have our guests there once more swinging with our ICONs.

Our clients continue to re-book this event year after year, resulting in just a few four balls available on the following days.

2023 ICON Golf Day Package Details

  • Four Balls can include a Celebrity Player
  • Optional stay at The Grove available
  • Specially designed 18 hole menu and drinks experience
  • Sports star appearances and ‘beat the celeb’ competitions
  • On course DJ
  • Win a car for a Hole-in-One challenge
  • Exclusive use of The Grove clubhouse and golf facilities
  • Valet parking
  • Use of the driving range, short game area and putting green
  • Personalised buggy and locker
  • Live electronic scoring
  • Post competition prize giving

England go the summer unbeaten with a 2-1 Test Series win against South Africa

Disruptions don’t scupper England’s explosiveness to secure the series

England sealed an impressive 2-1 series win against South Africa with yet another dominant display on home soil this summer at the Kia Oval. With Crawley and Lees resuming on 97-0, England required just 33 more runs heading into the final day to wrap up the series, which, despite the fall of Lees, were knocked out with minimal fuss to win convincingly by nine wickets.

South Africa storm the opener at Lord’s

When this series began at Lord’s in mid-August, many a pundit and commentator were of the opinion that the swashbuckling brand of cricket England had displayed in their 3-0 series win against New Zealand and their record breaking test win against India earlier on in the summer would not be sustainable. And, for a few days, after being put into bat first for the only time this summer, you might have been forgiven for agreeing with them. South Africa, winners by an innings and 12 runs had humbled England at “The Home of Cricket” in under three days.

Questions were once again being asked of a faltering batting line up struggling for runs with fingers pointed most notably at the opening pair of Crawley and Lees. Even Jonny Bairstow who had thus far been the darling of the English summer was wavering against a four-pronged pace attack consisting of Kagiso Rabada, Lungi Ngidi, Anrich Nortje and Marco Jansen.

Stokes’ best performance as captain at Emirates Old Trafford

However, despite the embarrassing reality check inflicted upon them at Lord’s, this England side helmed by Ben Stoke and Brendan McCullum refuse to know when they are beat. Under a week later we were back underway, this time, instead of at The Home of Cricket, they were at the home of Jimmy Anderson – Emirates Old Trafford. With humid, overcast skies above, Dean Elgar the Proteas skipper, surprised everyone by opting to bat first.

Jimmy Anderson, bowling from the Jimmy Anderson end was to make Elgar regret that decision, taking 6 wickets across the match, aided by a returning Ollie Robinson (5) and Stuart Broad (4) as England cruised to an innings and 85 run victory. It was a test match to remember for Ben Stokes as well as he hit his first century since becoming England captain, scoring 103 off 163 deliveries alongside fellow centurion Ben Foakes (113 off 217) as England recaptured some of the batting form shown earlier in the summer on their way to a declaration at 415/9.

The decider goes ahead and an inspired England win in 3 days

Momentum then was with England as they headed back to London to wrap up the series win at The Kia Oval, making it 6 wins out of 7 under the captaincy of Ben Stokes this summer – a feat not achieved since 2004. If the test cricket on show earlier on in the summer was about “Baz-ball”, a new brand of positive test match cricket where caution and doubt was cast aside in favour of an attack at all odds philosophy, the South Africa series showed England to have more nuance to their game.

The Batsmen were required to dig in at times, Zak Crawley’s 38 off 101 at Old Trafford might not have caught the headlines but was an important innings regardless in steadying the ship before Stokes, Bairstow and Foakes could capitalise. England’s seam attack also proved their worth to the team with control and skill on show in equal measure as they consistently squeezed the life out of South Africa’s batting line up before striking at key moments.

Overall, in being completely different to the New Zealand and India tests from June and July, this South Africa series provided the England team and supporters with the perfect end to a superb summer, showing they can win test matches in more than one way, when only 6 months ago, it didn’t look like they could win test matches at all.

2023 The Ashes

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This new-look England side will face the toughest test of all in 2023 as they welcome the oldest of enemies, Australia, in The Ashes. Dates have yet to be confirmed by The ECB but matches will take place at the same venues as in 2019 – Edgbaston, Lord’s, Headingley, Old Trafford and The Kia Oval – we can’t wait!

Will London ever have an NFL Franchise?

NFL is back in London with three matches this season, but will there ever be a permanent franchise in the UK?

Ever since London hosted it’s first regular season game back in October 2007, British fans have always been teased with the possibility of a permanent NFL franchise in the country.

The Jacksonville Jaguars under the ownership of Shahid Khan, who also owns Premier League team Fulham FC, have become the adopted team for NFL fans. The Florida organisation are crossing the pond a record 9th time in 2022 and Khan has been the dominant voice in exploring the requirements to secure a spot in the NFL as the fan base in London increases for the Jags. His bid to buy Wembley in 2018 was ultimately unsuccessful, but his intentions were clear. Khan saw the business potential to bring NFL to London permanently.

Covid-19 somewhat halted the growth of NFL in the UK with 2020 matches cancelled and the thought process behind international development seems to have shifted.

The Packers complete the set for London

2022 sees the final franchise of 32 in total to play in London. The widely supported Green Bay Packers will make their London debut at The Tottenham Hotspur Stadium against the New York Giants in-line with the NFL’s announcement to ensure every team must play in an international match every 8 years.

Aside from the three matches in London, the NFL have strongly hinted at their future direction of growth, with matches in Munich and Mexico making up the 5 games in the 2022 International Series.

NFL are now actively looking to explore matches in varying locations, seriously hindering the logic behind a permanent team back in London.

As it stands, the appetite appears to not be there for an NFL franchise to be in London, but with tickets selling out as quick as ever for the three London matches, there’s no doubting the demand and the fanbase over in the UK.

2022 NFL International Series Fixtures

NFL Hospitality at Wembley

Wembley Stadium, a venue steeped in history, is the iconic home of English Football. The site where England clinched the 1966 World Cup, their one and only football major honour.

The construction on the new stadium began in 2002 costing in the region of £1 billion. A truly state of the art development the new Wembley is the largest venue in the UK with a capacity of 90,000. It offers an attendee everything from coffee shops to fine dining establishments.

The home of football doesn’t just host the English version of the game, it hosts American Football as well!

The ICON facility is the perfect way to watch the NFL, with stunning views and easy access to your seats, bar and food.

This is in our famous pitchview restaurant with a glass fronted suite so you don’t miss any of the action.

Enjoy the facility three hours before the match starts, soaking up the pre-match atmosphere in a relaxed, informal environment. Perfect for hosting clients or treating friends and family.

Can England establish their new Test identity?

If you’d like to watch England play South Africa this summer, you can join us in ICON at Lord’s, Emirates Old Trafford and The Kia Oval.

Test Cricket is back

As the domestic, short form cricket season has once again grabbed our attentions and filled our TV screens during the stifling height of a record British summer, we now focus back on test cricket. With four match wins from four since Ben Stokes and Brendon McCullum took the reigns, there’s a real buzz around England’s development and chances for a strong performance and win for the Ashes in 2023.

England v South Africa – The history of the rivalry

England and South Africa have battled on the field for over 130 years, with England winning the majority of Test Series up until the 1960’s. More recently, England have continued to have the upper hand with three closely fought series wins for the Basil D’Oliveira Trophy. Dolly’s (as Basil was known) story is quite something, his life and cricket career going through an incredible rollercoaster, often bound by political influences out of his control. He passed away in 2011 and ever since that day, England and South Africa have played for a trophy in his honour.

Basil was an important and decisive player in the history of cricket. For different reasons, Ben Stokes may feature just as heavily. As the new Test Cricket captain, Stokes has made an explosive start, with four wins out of four with an aggressive style that evaded Root in his later years as captain.

It seems no major run totals are safe in 2022 and every run chase, no matter how ludicrous it would have been in Dolly’s era, is impossible.

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England’s Summer Test Form

England’s 3-0 series win over New Zealand in June was more than just a whitewash win, it was an identity stamp delivered by Ben Stokes and Brendon McCullum, the new hot duo of captaincy and coaching.

The thrill, anticipation and hope has quickly been restored in England with Joe Root stepping aside after a string of poor team performances. Root firmly backed Stokes to replace him and rewarded his new skipper with great individual form, alongside Bairstow, Pope, Foakes, Potts and others throughout the first international cricket of the summer.

New Zealand were the best test team in the world on paper at the time after winning the inaugural World Test Championship against India in 2021 so the emphatic achievement by England should not be underestimated. The hope of a new dawn for English test cricket was solidified by the final match of a delayed 5 test match series against India, where Bairstow and Root shone once more to secure a win and a series win of 2-2.

England’s 1st Test Selection

As expected, England revert back to a team that have brilliantly so far this summer, with Foakes the only change, coming in for Billings after he missed out against India due to covid. Zak Crawley, Alex Lees, Ollie Pope and Joe Root will be looking to secure big scores, with the formidable Bairstow likely to be in just behind.

Anderson and Broad continue to be picked to deliver with the ball, backed up by the improving Jack Leach, Matthew Potts and Ben Foakes. Captain Stokes when deciding his team “It was quite an easy decision based on our previous four performances.”

Lord's cricket ground
Lord’s cricket ground

England v South Africa Series Dates

17 – 21 August at Lord’s

25 – 29 August at Emirates Old Trafford

08 – 12 September at The Kia Oval