So just how good are England at 50-over cricket?
In the midst of a topsy-turvy NatWest Series campaign against Sri Lanka, the Cricket Writers on TV panel will assess the form and failings of Alastair Cook's team and give their assessment of a side as capable of being bowled out for 99 as winning by 10 wickets.
By the time John Etheridge, of The Sun, The Daily Telegraph's Nick Hoult and Lawrence Booth, editor of Wisden Cricketers' Almanack join Paul Allott in the studio from 9am on Sky Sports 2, England will have either taken an unassailable 3-1 lead or be staring at a showdown with Sri Lanka at Edgbaston on Tuesday. That's if the weather doesn't intervene, of course!
Our guests will run the rule over a broad range of subjects including Cook's captaincy, the all-round input of two-time Man-of-the-Match winner Chris Jordan and the state of England's fielding. But that's just for starters... Also on the agenda, will be:
HAVING A BLAST: who has shone in the early-season gloom? We'll look at the players performing in the middle and pushing the England selectors for a call-up
COUNTY ROUND-UP: Middlesex sit top of the Championship table but can they stay there? We'll review the week's rain-unaffected action and any more fall-out from the corruption scandal
HEADLINE-MAKERS: our journalists will also bring you the inside track on the latest cricket stories making waves in the Sunday newspapers and give us their angle on them
So make sure you tune into this week's Cricket Writers on TV, from 9am on Sky Sports 2 this Sunday.