Well for once the England World T20 squad I selected a few days ago was pretty much exactly the one announced by the selectors today, with only two differences.
But I won't be giving up the day job yet; more's the pity. Otherwise, I would have had to make the unfathomable decision to pick Ryan Sidebottom in my squad. I think we have to go back to 2008 for his last good game for England and his fitness has to be drawn into question.
Elsewhere though the selectors have been brave. Matt Prior has rightly been left out of the squad - he could do with the rest and with the emergence of Craig Kieswetter, two wicketkeepers would have been one too many.
Ravi Bopara has been rewarded for his excellent form in the IPL with Kings Xi Punjab and as arguably the most experienced T20 player in the squad will likely open the batting with Kieswetter. Michael Lumb too has been picked following strong performances for England Lions and now Rajasthan Royals over the winter.
Unfortunately, Adil Rashid hasn't been picked, with Sussex captain Michael Yardy given the nod. Yardy isn't a bad choice given the likely pitch conditions with his useful part-time spin and middle order hitting offering an interesting option for Andy Flower and Paul Collingwood.
Other than that with the exception of Sidebottom for Owais Shah, the squad is the same as mine. Shah can consider himself unlucky. He has done well in T20 for England, but seems to have become persona non-grata with the selectors.
Given England are grouped with West Indies and Ireland, they must have a good chance of progressing to the second stage and maybe even reaching the semi-finals. Beyond that though is likely to be a step too far with the Australians and Indians in particular looking strong.