England captain Joe Root is determined his side don't let up when the second Test against South Africa starts at Nottingham's Trent Bridge on Friday.
Root's first match since succeeding Alastair Cook as England skipper was a personal triumph, with the 26-year-old Yorkshireman scoring a first-innings 190 in a 211-run win in the series opener at Lord's last week as the hosts went 1-0 up with more than a day to spare.
The second match will be played at the Trent Bridge stadium at Nottingham. Live broadcast of the match will be done on the Star Sports network from 3:30 pm IST.
The match can streamed live on Hotstar.com.
Root confirmed England would field an unchanged team after off-spinner Moeen Ali, who took 10 wickets on a turning pitch at Lord's, and slow left-armer Liam Dawson helped ease the workload on his seamers.
"We're going to go in with the same team," Root said. "It gives us great balance if spin does come into it later in the game, we've got plenty of options.
"Our seamers, it might be that they play a bigger part this week, but that quite excites me. They only bowled a handful of overs in the second innings last week.
"It means they're nice and fresh, and when they get their opportunity they'll still be pretty fresh coming into the second innings later in this game."