James Anderson was England's most successful bowler in the second Test against South Africa which they won by 189 runs to level the four-match series 1-1.
Set to make a world record 438 to win, South Africa were 126 for two at stumps on Day 4 against England.
South Africa vs England: Opener Dom Sibley and captain Joe Root scored fifties as England stretched their lead to 264 at stumps on Day 3 of the second Test against South Africa.
James Anderson racked up his 28th five-wicket haul as he dismissed Anrich Nortje, who was caught by Ben Stokes.
South Africa vs England: England fast bowlers James Anderson, Stuart Broad and Sam Curran helped the visitors reduce South Africa to 215/8 at stumps on Day 2.
England coach Chris Silverwood has hinted that either of veterans James Anderson or Stuart Broad might be dropped for the second Test against South Africa to make room for a spinner.
Ben Stokes' father, Ged, was admitted to a hospital in Johannesburg on Monday after suffering serious illness, the ECB said in a statement.
The opening match of the four-Test series starts on December 26 at Centurion.
James Anderson has spent six weeks on the sidelines with a calf injury after bowling four overs in the first Test that ruined his hopes of playing a key role in the current Ashes series.
England star James Anderson has been ruled out of the remainder of the Ashes series with a calf injury.
James Anderson was called up for the first Test of the Ashes series but had to pull out after bowling just four overs in the first inning.
Jofra Archer issued warning to Australian batsmen, claiming that the red-ball cricket is his "preferred format".
James Anderson, who has taken 575 Test wickets, had not played competitive cricket for a month leading into the match after injuring the same calf playing for Lancashire.
Olly Stone joined a list of injured England fast bowlers that also includes James Anderson and Mark Wood.
James Anderson's injury left England one bowler short for almost the entirety of the first Test at Edgbaston which they eventually lost by 251 runs.
World Cup winners England, set an imposing target of 398 to win, collapsed to 97/7 in the post-lunch session on the fifth and final day before being bowled out for 146.
England fast bowler Mark Wood will play no part in the ongoing Ashes 2019 after undergoing a knee surgery.