England captain Stuart Broad and captain Chris Woakes face the sack for a third time

In the second matchday of their Test series against New Zealand, England are playing in the Ashes for the first time.

Broad is back in the side after a series-high 150-ball hundred against India in Brisbane.

England have won the first Test against New South Wales (22-11), with England having won all three previous Tests.

The second Test against South Africa (23-11) is being played in the South African city of Johannesburg.

It will be the first of two Test series between England and South Africa.

Broad, Woakes, Moeen Ali and Stuart Broad will be rested.

Broad will start for the second Test, which starts at 4:00pm (EDT) and will be broadcast on BBC Two in England and on BBC Sport.

The Test will be live streamed on the BBC Sport website.

The two-match Test series starts on Saturday (AEST) and finishes on Tuesday (EDDT).

It will also be broadcast in Australia on Sky Sports.

The three-match series will be played on Sunday (AEDT), on Monday (AETT) in England, and on Tuesday in Australia.

Broad played in his first Test of the series in Australia, where he struck seven fours in five overs.

He also struck two fours, and also took four wickets in the match.

Woakes made his first England start in the Test series in Melbourne on September 14.

The former Yorkshire all-rounder has also played in two Tests of the second series in England.

Both the Tests will be televised live on BBC One.