Unbeaten England Men's Learning Disability team prepare for final

100 per cent record in group for Chris Edwards' England Men's Learning Disability team.

England Men will have the chance to win the tri-series final in South Africa this Sunday. 

At 2pm local time at the Wanderers [12pm GMT] they'll play Australia Men with the trophy up for grabs, having won every game of the competition so far.

The final is available to watch on PitchVision, with the link accessible from 12pm GMT.

England Men LD 107-2 beat Australia Men LD 97 by eight wickets

On Friday it was Tayler Young's turn to be the star as he took his 50th England wicket.

Australia won the toss and chose to bat. After getting off to a flier in the power play, scoring at over 10 an over, England  pegged them banks thanks predominantly to their work in the field. Five run-outs - and Young's 50th England scalp - saw Australia's innings end after 15.1 overs.

Ronnie Jackson, who scored a century earlier in the week, continues his form to make 53 not out and finish the game off with a six.

England Men LD 123-2 beat South Africa Men LD 120-8 by eight wickets

Chris Edwards' team's final group game continued the same trajectory as the rest of their campaign with an eight-wicket win.

Edwards himself took 4-21 as South Africa made 120-8.

Unsurprisingly for England's in-form top-order batters it posed little challenge, with Dan Bowser this time making an unbeaten 68.

There was also a first international cap - and first international wicket - for Jai Charan.

Tayler Young celebrates his 50th England wicket