England’s options for second Test
England have three days to rectify flaws
Replace Ian Bell, who has flown home on paternity leave, with either Eoin Morgan or Johnny Bairstow, probably Morgan because he is left-handed, and leave the rest alone.
Make the batting change and also omit Tim Bresnan, the third seamer who had an indifferent match, for Monty Panesar as a second specialist spinner.
Make the batting change, include Panesar for Bresnan, but also introduce the fast bowler Steve Finn for Stuart Broad.
Make the batting change, play Panesar, Finn and Broad in a five man attack with Jimmy Anderson and Graeme Swann, and move Matt Prior up to number six in the batting order instead of Samit Patel.
Make two batting changes, bringing in both Morgan and Bairstow for Bell and Patel and two bowling changes, Panesar and Finn for Bresnan and Broad, still keeping a four-man attack.
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