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On eve of final match as England coach, Bayliss backs incumbent in spite of Ashes loss | ESPNcricinfo.comOn eve of final match as England coach, Bayliss backs incumbent in spite of Ashes loss | ESPNcricinfo.com

Joe Root 'under no pressure at all' as captain' - Trevor Bayliss | ESPNcricinfo.com

Outgoing England coach Trevor Bayliss says England captain Joe Root is under "no pressure at all" despite his side's failure to reclaim the Ashes from Australia.Outgoing England coach Trevor Bayliss says England captain Joe Root is under "no pressure at all" despite his side's failure to reclaim the Ashes from Australia.

Ashes 2019: 'No pressure' on captain Joe Root, says England coach Trevor Bayliss - BBC Sport

England cricket team bowler James Anderson is hoping to be fit for England’s winter tours of New Zealand and South Africa after a calf injury ruled him out of the Ashes 2019. Anderson bowled just four overs in the first Test at Edgbaston before suffering a recurrence of a calf injury suffered while playing for Lancashire in July.England cricket team bowler James Anderson is hoping to be fit for England’s winter tours of New Zealand and South Africa after a calf injury ruled him out of the Ashes 2019. Anderson bowled just

Ashes 2019: James Anderson targets return for winter tours of New Zealand and South Africa after injury disappointment | The Independent

James Anderson, the England fast bowler, lavished praise on Australia's pace attack, crediting them for the team's success in the 2019 Ashes.James Anderson, the England fast bowler, lavished praise on Australia's pace attack, crediting them for the team's success in the 2019 Ashes.

'Relentless, consistent' – James Anderson heaps praise on Australian pacers

“Happy 33rd Birthday #EoinMorgan born in Dublin #OnThisDay 1986. The Man from Rush @Eoin16 captained @englandcricket to win the 2019 World Cup.”

Gavin Duffy on Twitter: "Happy 33rd Birthday #EoinMorgan born in Dublin #OnThisDay 1986. The Man from Rush @Eoin16 captained @englandcricket to win the 2019 World Cup.… https://t.co/qylvUCIysy"

“Wrong result for England but I have to say Old Trafford put on some event ... The ground is now one of the best in the World & the Party stand was incredible ... Loved it ... Test Cricket is alive & kicking ... #Ashes”

Michael Vaughan on Twitter: "Wrong result for England but I have to say Old Trafford put on some event ... The ground is now one of the best in the World & the Party stand was incredible ... Loved it ... Test Cricket is alive & kicking ... #Ashes"

“Tim Paine: 2017 - Visits Pakistan as part of the World XI match 2019 - Captains a winning Ashes side in England The lesson is to play cricket in Pakistan”

Dennis Rashid on Twitter: "Tim Paine: 2017 - Visits Pakistan as part of the World XI match 2019 - Captains a winning Ashes side in England The lesson is to play cricket in Pakistan"

“It should have happened earlier but, unless England can conjure up some rain in this divine summer of cricket they have had so far, the #Ashes are staying Down Under.”

Harsha Bhogle on Twitter: "It should have happened earlier but, unless England can conjure up some rain in this divine summer of cricket they have had so far, the #Ashes are staying Down Under."

It hurt watching Australia celebrate retaining the Ashes at Old Trafford and we have to use that as motivation to win this week which would in turn give Trevor Bayliss a good send off as coach.It hurt watching Australia celebrate retaining the Ashes at Old Trafford and we have to use that as motivation to win this week which would in turn give Trevor Bayliss a good send off as coach.

England owe it to Trevor Bayliss to give him the winning send off he deserves

Jimmy Anderson will consider changing his diet in a bid to prolong his Test career after the disappointment of missing the Ashes through injury - and has looked at the possibility of going vegan.Jimmy Anderson will consider changing his diet in a bid to prolong his Test career after the disappointment of missing the Ashes through injury - and has looked at the possibility of going vegan.

Cricket news: Jimmy Anderson will ask Ryan Giggs for advice on prolonging his cricket career | Daily Mail Online

England paceman James Anderson is willing to try a vegan diet as he plots how to extend his career long enough to return to the top of the bowling rankings. England paceman James Anderson is willing to try a vegan diet as he plots how to extend his career long enough to return to the top of the bowling rankings.

Anderson weighs up vegan diet to prolong England career | SuperSport

Cricket News: England paceman James Anderson hopes to overcome a calf problem that forced him out of the Ashes series and will aim to return for their tours of New Cricket News: England paceman James Anderson hopes to overcome a calf problem that forced him out of the Ashes series and will aim to return for their tours of New

England pacer James Anderson targets Test return in New Zealand, South Africa tours | Cricket News - Times of India

James Anderson has spent six weeks on the sidelines with a calf injury after bowling four overs in the first Test that ruined his hopes of playing a key role in the current Ashes series.James Anderson has spent six weeks on the sidelines with a calf injury after bowling four overs in the first Test that ruined his hopes of playing a key role in the current Ashes series.

James Anderson Weighs Up Vegan Diet To Prolong England Career | Cricket News

Australia’s skipper says injury history means he's physically fitter than most players his age, adds he hasn’t targeted a finish dateAustralia’s skipper says injury history means he's physically fitter than most players his age, adds he hasn’t targeted a finish date

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Anderson is targeting a comeback in November during the two-match test series in New Zealand, but said he was prepared to wait until the four-test tour of South Africa in December and January.Anderson is targeting a comeback in November during the two-match test series in New Zealand, but said he was prepared to wait until the four-test tour of South Africa in December and January.

James Anderson targets test return in New Zealand, South Africa tours | cricket | Hindustan Times

ENGLAND hero Ben Stokes should NOT be named Test captain as “he has enough on his plate”, according to pal and team-mate James Anderson. Joe Root’s future as England Test skipper …

England Ashes star Ben Stokes should NOT be named captain as ‘he has enough on his plate’, claims James Anderson – The Sun

England's James Anderson has missed the Ashes series through injuryEngland's James Anderson has missed the Ashes series through injury

James Anderson says he's still hungry to play international cricket | Sports - Geo.tv

It is the biggest irony of all that when Trevor Bayliss takes his leave of English cricket after the fifth Test at the Kia Oval, he will do so with his reputation as a one-day coach enhanced. That will be where his future lies, in the lucrative franchised leagues, yet he frequently admits that he isIt is the biggest irony of all that when Trevor Bayliss takes his leave of English cricket after the fifth Test at the Kia Oval, he will do so with his reputation as a one-day coach enhanced. That...

England got what they wanted from Trevor Bayliss — World Cup was a bonus | Sport | The Times

Australia lead the five-match series 2-1 with one Test to go, meaning they are certain to retain the urn because they are the Ashes holdersAustralia lead the five-match series 2-1 with one Test to go, meaning they are certain to retain the urn because they are the Ashes holders

Joe Root under 'no pressure at all' despite Ashes failure, says England coach Trevor Bayliss - The National

Strike bowler has missed nearly all of the Ashes.Strike bowler has missed nearly all of the Ashes.

Anderson backs Root to carry on and vows to return to England’s attack | Largs and Millport Weekly News