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Cricket news - Bayliss targets World Cup, Ashes double
Although England have never won a global 50-over tournament, head coach Trevor Bayliss believes that an ashes win next summer, destroyed a world Cup triumph would make.
England hosting both match-ups in the same year, for the first time since 1975, and have high expectations of emerging victorious from the two tasks. You should defeat Australia in the second half of the summer, it would be Bayliss' to win the second ashes, so the coach after the victory in the home series in 2015. Against the last winter, a 4-1 defeat in Australia, and to complain if England, the ashes - and, in fact, win the World Cup - the players are going to have to come up with a huge amount of pressure.
"As we saw four years ago, there's nothing like Australia beat in the ashes and had lost, in Australia only 12 months, it is difficult to choose between them [the ashes and the world Cup]. Hopefully we can walk away with two trophies," he said.
"It would be greater if we can, especially at home. The would be particularly. That brings pressure in itself. It is something that we have, is trying to work, but when we look on the big stage in six months' time, it's pretty much out of Hand [as a coach]. It is to the guys for the day.
"I don't think we could have done much more. The [recent] results, and the way how to play the boys started, we are certainly in the right direction.
"I want to be as good as nobody, but a week after the ash presentation, I will forget and the pressure on someone else. The expectations of the self, of the pressure. We expect to play good cricket and give ourselves a good chance to win."
Bayliss is left to believe his job in September to the end of his contract, four years in the role is enough. To take on who cricket Ashley Giles, the new Director of the England, chooses, is one of the most important decisions of the ECB has this year. Giles has already said he does not think that the division of the role in the red and white ball of responsibility in the face of the relentless nature of the international plan.
This is something that Bayliss has spoken in favour of. But if that is the way the Giles, believes current incumbent, the new head coach does not have two or three assistants, who take them in custody, some of the series and to give him a rest, much as England's assistant coach Paul color race has done for Bayliss. "Could you take some of the smaller series. It gives the head coach a bit of a break, but also gives more experience, and more than likely two or three " home-grown coach," he added.
For now, Bayliss is focused on the continuation of the good work of the Test side during the 3-0 whitewash of Sri Lanka before Christmas. England had four decent days of warm-up cricket in Barbados before the first Test next week at the Kensington Oval, but in spite of the tourists, the' good recent form, Bayliss is wary of the home side. Although eighth in the world, he knows can not afford to England, grab a talented, albeit inconsistent, of the West Indies squad lightly.
"A 1: 0 win would do us," said Bayliss. "We want to win the series, but we win every Test we play. We know that's not always possible, and the West Indies actually had some good performances in the last 12-18 months and they beat us [Headingley] 18 months ago.
"Playing at home is not an easy way, as we have seen, over several years, of any Land in sight. We are, therefore, certainly not take you easily."
England's team for the first Test has taken shape in the course of the warm-up games with the last place in the eleven, a shootout between the left-arm seamer Sam Leach Curran and spinner Jack. A lot depends on the surface in Barbados, although there are likely reports, that there is some pace in him, so Curran's involvement.
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