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Ashley Giles set to replace Andrew Strauss as England Cricket Team managing director

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The previous England spinner Ashley Giles is supposedly the leader to supplant Andrew Strauss as chief of England cricket, as indicated by reports in the British media.

It has been theorized that Ashes-champ Giles, who played 53 Tests and 62 ODIs somewhere in the range of 1998 and 2006, has been offered the activity and is presently in talk the terms and states of the arrangement. This will end a two-month look for a successor to previous Test skipper Strauss after he ventured down in October to be with his better half, Ruth, as she experiences treatment for malignant growth.

The 45-year-old Giles, the donning executive at his club Warwickshire, past functioned as a coach of England’s ODI group until 2013-14. He has no demise of understanding on the household front, having trained Warwickshire for five seasons amid with they won the 2012 County Championship and Lancashire to the T20 Blast in 2015.

Giles has additionally filled in as a national selector. First, on Giles’ plate, should he be affirmed as an executive of England cricket, will be to name another head coach with Trevor Bayliss abandoning the job after the 2019 season.

Britain is positioned No 1 in ODIs and host the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup, while in Tests they have climbed to No 2 in the wake of clearing Sri Lanka 3-0 as of late.

They are because of play three Tests, five one-day internationals and three Twenty20 internationals on their voyage through the West Indies, which begins one month from now.