Score and latest updates from the T20 final

HThat and welcome to Telegraph Sport’s live coverage of the third and final game of the Twenty20 international series between England and South Africa, which takes place at the Rose Bowl in Southampton.

England won the first game of the three-game series at Bristol on Wednesday by 41 runs, but fell to a 58-run loss on Thursday night to allow the Tourists to level the series.

Liam Livingstone wants to help England end their white-ball summer on a high by ending his string of cameo appearances with a ‘match-winning point’ this afternoon.

“This summer has had a little bit of ups and downs. I probably haven’t done as well as I would have liked, but yeah, it’s about making sure when I get the chance to put up a match-winning score and win.” a game for England, that I am there and ready to do it,” said Livingstone.

“I feel like I’ve been able to affect certain games, but I just don’t have that big score to go on and win a game for the team.

“I hope it’s tomorrow. If not, it’s not like I feel out of place. I feel like I’m playing really well, but I just need a couple of things to get me on my way and hopefully I can get a big score.” help the team win.

Victory at Southampton would propel an England team into a period of transition, as Jos Buttler looks for a win in the inaugural series following Eoin Morgan’s retirement from international duty last month.

Livingstone said: “We have a World Cup in three months’ time and ultimately everyone is working towards it and taking action to get it done.”

“We want these games to lead to a World Cup. It’s kind of a knockout game and a decider. Everyone is looking forward to it and hopefully we can finish this summer on a high.”

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