By Chris Stocks For The Mail On Sunday
Published: 22:38 BST, 24 August 2019 | Updated: 23:39 BST, 24 August 2019
England's capitulation on the second day of this Test, when they were bowled out for 67, cannot be papered over by the fact they produced a fighting effort on day three.
Serious questions need to be raised after they were dismissed for fewer than 100 runs for the fourth time in 18 months.
Sportsmail take a look at just who England could turn to ahead of the final two Ashes Tests and who should be worried about their place…
Day two saw England dismissed for fewer than 100 for the fourth time in 18 months
Dominic Sibley (Warwickshire)
Age: 23 Career first-class average: 38.60
2019 County Championship average: 55.82
The outstanding English opener in domestic first-class cricket this summer is another batsman with a rather ugly technique but, on weight of runs alone — 949 of them, including three hundreds and four half-centuries — he deserves his chance.
Dominic Sibley has an ugly technique but deserves chance after scoring 949 runs this summer
Zak Crawley (Kent)
Age: 21 Career ave: 32.21
2019 County Championship average: 37.68
The opener is highly rated by Ed Smith, the