What Australia once termed "rotation policy" they now refer to as "oops, our players aren't that good." With nothing left but pride to play for in the final Test at The Oval, the visitors have a few things to consider.
Their batting has been porcelain, and their bowlers have paid the price. Although there have been glimmers of hope in the last two Tests, the Aussies still haven't quite gotten the combinations right. There is one tour match left for the brain trust to get a feel of what should and shouldn't be. Darren Lehmann has already said that careers are on the line.
Who should get the chop, then?