South African cricket team in England in 1907
This was the fourth South African tour of England following those in 1894, 1901 and 1904. The 1907 tour was the first to feature Test matches between England and South Africa in England, although the teams had played Tests in South Africa since 1888-89.
England won the series 1–0 with two matches drawn.
- 1st Test at Lord's – match drawn
- 2nd Test at Headingley – England won by 53 runs
- 3rd Test at The Oval – match drawn
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