Trevor Bayliss admits England's top three is still up in the air heading into the impending Ashes campaign.
Mark Wood has picked up his first five-wicket haul to bowl England into a commanding position in the third Test against the West Indies.
Six months ahead of the Ashes, Australia and England both are dealing with major setbacks.
- by Greg Baum
Trevor Bayliss admits England's Test side is suffering from lack of competition for places, a dearth of top-order specialists and a "muddled" mindset.
England still lack the extra pace which West Indies have in their armoury, and which again hounded the tourists in the second innings of the second Test.
The West Indies have followed up their big win in the first Test with an even more emphatic 10-wicket thrashing in Antigua to secure a series triumph against England.
Kemar Roach took four wickets as West Indies skittled out England for 187 runs in their first innings on the opening day of the second Test in Antigua.