England one-day player ratings
Here are my ratings for the England team in the one-day international series against Australia. Why don't you tell us yours?
Andrew Strauss 7 - The England skipper was a rock at the top of the order during the Ashes series and he took that form into the one-dayers. A couple of fifties at the Rose Bowl and Lord's, although he will be disappointed he didn't convert those into hundreds.
Ravi Bopara 4 - Seven opportunities to shine, and he managed a high score of only 49. Technically he's all over the place at the moment, his running between the wickets is skittish, and it is difficult to see how the selectors can continue to pick him.
Joe Denly 6 - Missed the start of the series because of a freak warm-up injury, but showed plenty of potential when he did finally get a run. His 53 at the Riverside included some very assured strokes.
Owais Shah 4 - Got starts in most of the matches, but was unable to go on to bigger things. His running between the wickets continues to be a concern, especially for those batting with him, and his days in the England set-up may be numbered.
Paul Collingwood 5 - Looked horribly out of nick in the Ashes series and there wasn't much to suggest he'd solved his problems in the four one-dayers he played. Did manage a fifty at Lord's, but took just three wickets in the series. Remains the team's best fielder.
Eoin Morgan 4 - One fifty in six games for the Middlesex man, although he did show some nice touches at other times. Has a touch of Neil Fairbrother about him, although yet to prove he is in the former Lancashire man's class.
Matt Prior 4 - Scored just 112 runs in seven games, with a highest score of 37. For a man who can look very classy at times, that's not much of a tally. Continues to impress behind the stumps, which is just as well.
Luke Wright 4 - The Sussex all-rounder hardly set the world alight with the bat and took just three wickets in four games. A spiky presence in the England line-up, but England need more than just spiky characters, they need top-class batsmen and bowlers.
Stuart Broad 3 - Only three matches for the Nottinghamshire all-rounder, and he was hampered by injury. England need him firing on all cylinders at the Champions Trophy.
Tim Bresnan 5 - Ploughed through 50.5 overs in his six matches for six wickets. Very game, as demonstrated by his fighting 31 not out in a losing cause at Trent Bridge, but it is difficult to imagine the world's best batsmen having nightmares about his bowling.
Graeme Swann 6 - Only four wickets in four matches before his five-for in Durham, and he managed just 33 runs in four innings. However, was England's highest wicket-taker and also topped the averages. Still his country's premier spinner.
Adil Rashid 5 - The young Yorkshire leg-spinner showed much promise with bat and ball at The Oval, before being mysteriously left out of the side. When he was recalled, Australia's batsmen went after him and he no longer looked so assured.
Dimitri Mascarenhas 3 - Only two matches for the Hampshire all-rounder and he failed to stake a claim for a permanent place in the side. Like Luke Wright, falls into category of a "bits and pieces" cricketer, leaving you wondering if he offers enough with either bat or ball.
Ryan Sidebottom 3 - Managed just three wickets in six games before being dropped for the final match in Durham, which England won. His form is a worry for the England selectors ahead of the Champions Trophy.
James Anderson 6 - Took 4-55 in the sixth game at Trent Bridge after being rested for two engagements and looked sprightly enough in the final game in Durham, suggesting his dip in form was largely down to fatigue. England will need him in form in South Africa.
Graham Onions 7 - Only one game for the Durham seamer and he bowled well when given his chance in the final encounter. May have done enough to cement a place in the side at the Champions Trophy.