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England to prioritise red-ball cricket after World Cup focus – Giles

English cricket will “redress the balance” between red and white-ball cricket over the next few years. Ashley Giles, the managing director of England men’s cricket, accepts that white-ball cricket took priority in the previous four-year cycle and he accepts the …Read more





England to prioritise red-ball cricket after World Cup focus – Giles

English cricket will redress the balance between red and white-ball cricket over the next few years Ashley Giles the managing director of England mens cricket accepts that white-ball cricket took priority in the previous four-year cycle and he
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England director Ashley Giles to prioritise Test cricket after four years spent with focus on one-day game

It is only two weeks since Englands World Cup victory to do that in red-ball cricket now said Giles Test cricket is really important to us in this country We havent neglected Test cricket for white-ball cricket but the focus has
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Ashley Giles admits England may not have new head coach in place for New Zealand tour

Managing director of England as I need to After a strong focus on white-ball cricket in the last four years culminating in the World Cup success Giles suggested that with the introduction of the World Test Championship red-ball cricket could
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Ashes opener marks beginning of World Test Championship

Meanwhile England director of cricket Ashley Giles says the World Test Championship could lead to a change in Englands priorities following their World Cup triumph former skipper looks to return to red ball cricket in top form
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Ashley Giles England can win Cricket World Cup and regain Ashes in 2019

England can regain the Ashes and capitalise on their best opportunity to win a World Cup in 2019 says new director of cricket Ashley Giles Giles 45 succeeded Andrew Strauss in the role in December after the we may have red-ball and white-ball
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Alex Hales quiet on World Cup dropping targets T20 England comeback

Alex Hales has said he is targeting the T20 World Cup in Australia next year for a potential England to four-day cricket to keep up his on-field appearances I found it difficult going from red-ball to white-ball so being able to focus on one thing
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