PAUL Collingwood insisted England are still confident of victory in the final Test against South Africa despite a horror show in their first innings at The Wanderers today.

England went into the match knowing a draw would be enough to secure victory in the series but they were skittled for 180, with Dale Steyn taking five wickets and Morne Morkel three.

South Africa then reached 29 without loss in a rain-affected last session before bad light brought an end to play for the day.

Collingwood, who was England's top scorer with 47, told Sky Sports: "We're disappointed with a total like that but I think we've got enough armoury in our ranks that we can cause problems for them.

"Obviously we have to do better second time around.’’ He added: "We could have taken a couple of wickets at the end there and the bowlers were a touch unlucky.

"Test matches are long games and a lot can happen but, with an innings like that, we have to be right on the mettle in the morning.’’