A mixed bag: How England's cricketers performed in Bangladesh
Here Planet Sport rates how the players performed across the tour.
Jason Roy (8/10): A century in Dhaka - following one in South Africa - silenced any doubts about his ODI spot. Showed England what they were missing in T20s with a record knock in the Pakistan Super League.
Phil Salt (5): Reached double figures in four of six innings but did not reach 40 once and was dismissed five times by four separate slow left-armers, which other nations might be keen to exploit in future.
Dawid Malan (8): Keeps knocking on the door in ODIs, producing one of England's finest limited-overs knocks on the subcontinent in the series opener. Quiet thereafter but bookended his tour with a T20 fifty.
James Vince (4): A long winter overseas. He made a couple of uncharacteristic mistakes in the field and did little with the bat in three ODIs. His international career seems to be running out of road.
Jos Buttler (7): England have seemed too reliant on their captain for runs. A couple of satisfying knocks and he claimed a second ODI series win in Bangladesh. Limited by his resources in the T20s.
Will Jacks (5): Has completed the Test, ODI and T20 set this winter. The Surrey all-rounder was on the fringes in the first couple of ODIs before injury brought a premature end to his tour.
Moeen Ali (6): One handy innings in the ODIs and mostly economical throughout with the ball without being as threatening as Adil Rashid. Thrust into the top-five in the T20s but had a high score of just 15.
Chris Woakes (6): Never really caught the eye and sparingly used in the T20s. The double World Cup winner might find his place in the ODI side coming under increasing pressure from Sam Curran.
Adil Rashied (8): His experience and guile will be invaluable at the World Cup later this year. Shrugged off being grilled at the Yorkshire racism hearing to be a consistent figure throughout the tour.
Jofra Archer (8): Showed how dangerous he can be against the tail in ODIs then left England salivating by cranking up the pace as he played all three T20s. Hopefully onwards and upwards from here.
Mark Wook (6): Gave Bangladesh's batters the hurry up in the ODIs but his speed was used against him in his sole T20 outing. If fit, he and Archer could hold the key on flat Indian surfaces at the World Cup.
Sam Curran (7): Made telling interventions with bat and ball in the second match and seems a certainty for the World Cup squad. Was shunted higher up the order in the T20s but made little impact.
Saqib Mahmood (5): Made a heartening England return after almost a year out injured. Unlucky to finish without a wicket in his only tour outing in the ODIs.
Rehan Ahmed (5): Became England's youngest men's cricketer across all formats. Unable to make the impact he had with the Test side but this tour and winter overall will be a real learning curve for the teen.
Ben Duckett (5): The only playing member of the Test trip to New Zealand who travelled to Bangladesh for the T20s. Struggled to adjust to the change in conditions and made a couple of fielding errors.
Chris Jordan (6): His death bowling let him down in the second T20, conceding 15 with 13 required from the last 12 balls - although the penultimate over was his first of the day. Atoned in the dead rubber.
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