Former Derbyshire legend Dean Jones has some words of advice for the England team ahead of the second Test this Thursday, I particualrly like the Tres one
If I was England coach Duncan Fletcher this is what I would say to each of the following players:
Marcus Trescothick: You must play Warney better. Use your pad but you must pretend that you are playing a shot - then the umpires have no clue.
Andrew Strauss: Just be yourself and trust your instincts.
Michael Vaughan: The pitches will get better. You read length better than any other player in the team so just back yourself.
Ian Bell: Keep using your feet because spinners hate it big time (even Warney).
Kevin Pietersen: Just catch it if a catch comes. And I reckon you can bat better.
Andrew Flintoff: Bowling was good but what was with your batting? Your head was in the clouds in both digs.
Geraint Jones: You kept badly but I rate you. No more excuses.
Ashley Giles: Stick to the game plan and bowl straight and if they make a mistake then you pick them up.
Simon Jones: Just work on your line and length. You are worrying these guys with your swing.
Steve Harmison: You worry the living heck out of these guys and yet you are so soft. Do you reckon Malcolm Marshall would have bowled a drive ball after he just hit someone?
Matthew Hoggard: Stop talking rubbish to the press about "bullies." Just bowl one side of the deck and forget everything you read.