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  • Bayliss insists England will be ready for World Cup and Ashes assault

    Trevor Bayliss is rarely one for hyperbole but there was a glint in his eye when he looked forward to the prospect of ending his reign as England coach this summer with the unprecedented double.

    Mail Online
  • Trevor Bayliss hopes for England Ashes and World Cup double before he quits

    • Head coach confident team are prepared well to win both• On West Indies series: ‘It’s not easy playing away from home’ Trevor Bayliss is confident he has readied England’s cricketers for the pressures of their World Cup and Ashes year, as the head coach enters the final stretch of his tenure in the relative calm of the Caribbean. The three-match Test series against West Indies that gets under way at the Kensington Oval on Wednesday sees Joe Root’s side begin favourites, a status expected to be...

    the Guardian
  • Jofra Archer on England's World Cup radar, says Ashley Giles

    England's director of cricket warns against expecting Archer to be "some sort of messiah" if he is selected