The interval between the Test matches gave the English media plenty of time to purge itself of the fury that inevitably follows a defeat of their cricket team. The selectors, however, did not prove to be an easy target. The final eleven, they said, was determined by the captain and coach. They had merely given them a squad of 13 from whom those 11 were chosen. The implication was that the real villains were Michael Vaughan and Peter Moores, the England captain and coach.