England's toils against spin continued on Tuesday as they were downed by West Indies in an ICC World T20 warm-up match in Fatullah.
Eoin Morgan's men scored 17 runs off the part-time twirl of Marlon Samuels but found frontline turners Samuel Badree (19 runs from four overs) and Sunil Narine (12 runs from two overs) harder to get away.
With England's first proper game in the tournament, against New Zealand, taking place on Saturday - they tackle 2007 champions India in another preparatory game on Wednesday live on Sky - their issues with slow bowling must be rectified.
The ICC World T20 Zone panel - Kent captain Rob Key and former Australia and Netherlands left-arm quick Dirk Nannes - had their say on England's problems and then headed into our indoor net to see how they can fix them.
So hit the video above to see why practising with a slender bat could help the side that won the ICC World T20 in the Caribbean in 2010 exorcise their spin demons...