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Trevor Bayliss Jersey insists
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Trevor Bayliss insisted he remains the right head coach to take England’s Test team forward after a seventh successive defeat away from home saw a rampant Australia side regain the Ashes with two matches to spare.
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The innings and 41-run loss at the Waca not only surrendered the urn but raised questions over the direction of travel. Steve Smith’s buoyant team are now hunting the whitewash, a result that in 2006-07 and 2013-14 led to the break up of two England teams and resulted in Duncan Fletcher and Andy Flower making way.
A shattered Joe Root spoke of his hope that the current team does not follow the same path, with the captain stating his desire that Alastair Cook, Stuart Broad and Jimmy Anderson continue their international careers. Bayliss also backed the trio to plough on provided they retain the desire, while he is clearly not considering his own future at this stage.
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Bayliss was hired in May 2015 with a view to helping the one-day team win the next World Cup and, despite a disappointing semi-final defeat in the Champions Trophy during the summer, the improvement in that area has been considerable.
The Test results have been mixed, however, with 17 defeats and 15 wins overall. His first summer http://www.officialnikechargershop.com/r...-c-40.html saw the Ashes regained and there have been home and away victories over South Africa. But the last two winters have resulted in a 4-0 hammering in India and now defeat here, with three off the losses coming after England posted 400 in the first innings.
There Reggie Ragland Jersey is unlikely to be an appetite for change at the England and Wales Cricket Board just yet. Andrew Strauss, the director of cricket, is currently out of action for family reasons and can also point to the one-day team’s revival. The selectors may come under pressure after a turnover of batsmen in recent times, with Perth centurion Dawid Malan the notable exception.

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