Peter Moores has had a tricky start to his tenure as England coach. His baptism was a series loss to Sri Lanka on home soil. That included England being bowled out for 99 in one game and a complete lack of consistency elsewhere.
Moores faces a tough 12 months. He has to get the team to recover from The Ashes fall-out and make sure the replacements who come into the team are nurtured. He also needs to work with Alastair Cook on his captaincy and make sure the side begins to function as a unit once more.
The road ahead is going to be a bumpy one, and while Moores will have many little jobs along the way, here are five of the big ones.