1) We have won 3 & drawn 4 since Lloyd has been made skipper. It seems harsh to drop him back into the ranks.
2) Tom Cullen has filled in well, especially with the bat, since coming in. It seems likely that they will both play, probably with Morgan giving way (presuming Hemphs is back). So who keeps?
I think question 1 is a difficult one. However the second one I think is easier. Cooke is now 33, coming off a bad knee injury and 2 years out from back problems. Keeping, certainly in the 4-day game, will significantly shorten his career. I think we take the gloves from him, in the Championship at least, in order to lengthen his career (Except if Cullen gets injured, considering our 3rd choice keeper is currently 15).