What will the team be for England's next Test v Sri Lanka in May?
We take a look at who should be in the side when England return to the long format of the game
With the Ashes over, England will not play another Test match until May.
Then, they will take on Sri Lanka at Old Trafford.
It will be a Test in which England will be desperate to make amends for their shambolic show in Australia, in which they have relinquished the Ashes with a 5-0 series defeat.
But who will be in the side when Sri Lanka come to Manchester for the two Test series?
Here, The Independent's Stephen Brenkley selects his XI for that match.
Click through the gallery below to see his selections...
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