Ashes 2015: England should maintain consistency for remaining two Tests, says Trevor Bayliss
England cricket coach Trevor Bayliss on Saturday called on team members to maintain their consistency for the rest of the Ashes series.
London: England cricket coach Trevor Bayliss on Saturday called on team members to maintain their consistency for the rest of the Ashes series.
Praising the team for its 2-1 lead over Australia, Bayliss said current performance was good, but there was a need to maintain it, BBC reported.
England star bowler James Anderson has been ruled out from the fourth Ashes Test due to side strain.
According to Bayliss, Durham's Mark Wood would be a likely replacement for an injured James Anderson.
England stormed to an eight-wicket win over a shoddy Australia side in the third Ashes Test on Friday at Edgbaston.
The hosts chased down a paltry target of 121 within 32.1 overs, thanks to Ian Bell's fluent 65 not out and Joe Root's unbeaten 38.
The fourth Test in the five-match series would be held from 20th August at Trent Bridge in Nottingham.