|A J Strauss||12||972||48.60||177||4||3|
|A N Cook||12||758||36.09||76||0||8|
|I R Bell||12||676||37.55||199||2||2|
|K P Pietersen||12||1015||50.75||152||5||1|
|P D Collingwood||11||636||39.75||135||2||4|
|M P Vaughan||9||363||24.20||106||1||1|
It is fairly obvious from the figures above that only Pietersen and Strauss have been worth their place in the side. KP has made as many centuries as Bell, Cook, Collingwood and Vaughan. The others have been carried and it has been obvious the whole year. With current selection policy there is no reason to believe this will change. For example, Vaughan is rumoured to be a certainty for the tour to the West Indies...