England's ODI squad for next month's white-ball tour of the West Indies contains only six survivors from the team's disastrous World Cup defence in India.
Less than 12 hours after exiting the World Cup, England named new-look squads for the tour and have gone back to the drawing board with an emphasis on the three Rs - rest, rotation and renewal.
The limited-overs trip to the Caribbean, coming straight off the back of a gruelling six-week trawl of India, had already been highlighted as a time to look at fresh faces but the fact the ODI party has only six players from the World Cup came as a stark appraisal of the side's campaign.
Captain Jos Buttler remains in charge and is joined by Gus Atkinson, Harry Brook, Brydon Carse, Sam Curran and Liam Livingstone.
Jonny Bairstow, Joe Root and Mark Wood have been rested ahead of January's Test series in India and Test captain Ben Stokes is heading straight for an operation on his long-term knee injury.
But the omissions of Dawid Malan, Moeen Ali and Chris Woakes from the 50-over squad may prove to be more final.
Moeen and Woakes, together with Adil Rashid, are retained for the T20 leg, suggesting they still have a chance of next summer's short-form World Cup, but Malan has been cut from both formats.
Despite being England's top scorer over the last few weeks, finishing exactly 100 clear of his nearest challenger, at 36 he seems to have run out of time.
Three uncapped players make the cut in ODI side with Test vice-captain Ollie Pope joining seamers John Turner and Josh Tongue. The pace pair also feature in the 20-over squad.
ODI squad: J Buttler (c), R Ahmed, G Atkinson, H Brook, B Carse, Z Crawley, S Curran, B Duckett, T Hartley, W Jacks, L Livingstone, O Pope, P Salt, J Tongue, J Turner
T20I squad: J Buttler (c), R Ahmed, M Ali, G Atkinson, H Brook, S Curran, B Duckett, W Jacks, L Livingstone, T Mills, A Rashid, P Salt, J Tongue, R Topley, J Turner, C Woakes.
Australian Associated Press