Jonny Bairstow

Two failures with the bat sandwiched by one score of note – the 44 from 24 balls that set up victory in second match 46 runs @15.33, Strike-Rate: 148.38

Rating: 5/10

Tom Banton

Brilliant 71 in washed-out first match and another sparkling innings of 46 from 31 balls in game three. Huge talent. 137 runs @45.66, SR: 153.93

Rating: 8/10

Dawid Malan

Unbeaten 54 saw England home in second match but will be disappointed not to have done more overall to cement his place. 84 runs @42, SR: 125.37

Rating: 7/10

Eoin Morgan

The captain’s fine 66 from 33 balls won the second game. Run out in series finale after looking in similar mood. 90 runs @30, SR: 187.50

Rating: 7/10

Moeen Ali

All-rounder’s bowling wasn’t great but reminded everyone of his batting talent with a lightning-quick 61 in the final game. 70 runs @23.33, SR: 166.66, 1 wicket @20, ER: 10.00

Rating: 6/10

Sam Billings

Opportunity missed for a player who has had a run of games this summer. Should and could have done more to cement his place. 39 runs @19.50, SR: 114.70

Rating: 4/10

Lewis Gregory

Averages seven with the bat and 92 with the ball in eight T20 inter nationals. Not international-class yet. 14 runs @7, SR: 127.27, 0 wkts, ER: 9.00.

Rating: 2/10

Chris Jordan

England’s go-to T20 bowler did a steady job, keeping his economy rate below nine, but has had far better series. 3 wkts @23.33, ER: 8.75

Rating: 6/10

Tom Curran

Another bowler England rate in this format but was a tougher series than he would have liked. Room to improve. 2 wkts @39, ER: 9.75

Rating: 5/10

Adil Rashid

Like all of England’s bowlers, the leg-spinner only had two innings to be judged on but was far off his best. 2 wkts @36, ER: 10.28

Rating: 5/10

Saqib Mahmood

The 23-year-old will get chances in future but didn’t do enough to put pressure on the fast bowlers ahead of him. 0 wkts, ER: 9.37

Rating: 4/10

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