Probably not. We don’t see Luke Wright getting a great many more runs than Ryan Sidebottom and we don’t see him taking many more wickets than Ian Bell.
We quite like him, but bouncing around like a giddy dog does not a Test cricketer make. It would be good if it did, because there aren’t enough animals in Test cricket and the odd dog would address that, but it doesn’t.
Luke Wright is not a bad batsman and not a bad bowler. For us, that doesn’t get him in the eleven – no matter how desperate England are to balance their side.
Plus his mouth’s weird and it freaks us out a bit.