Bayliss led England to the World T20 final and to the Champions Trophy semi-final and has overseen significant improvements in the one-day game.
England had previously employed different limited overs and Test match coaches when Andy Flower delegated the shorter forms to Ashley Giles before returning to a more conventional model, but Morgan believes that the days of one coach fitting all roles are running short.
Limited-overs captain Morgan praised Bayliss' impact as England looks to restore pride in a five-match one-day worldwide series against Australia and build towards next year's Cricket World Cup. He is a very versatile player and can score in any strike-rate that needs to be required, given the situation. - Former Yorkshire head coach, Jason Gillespie, is now in charge of Sussex.
Australia captain Steve Smith is sure this month's one-day global series against England can hold its own against the allure of the Big Bash. He wants to play in 50-over World Cups and T20 World Cups. I'd say, if anything, the formats are getting further and further apart.
The ECB, however, finds itself in a hard position, for to remove Bayliss now would be to risk so much of the good work that he has done in the white-ball formats. So far he has missed two ODIs against West Indies and the five Ashes Tests. After the Test series, this will be a big test for England.
In other words, the European Central Bank are effectively hoping to bumble along with Bayliss until that glorious moment when - all being well - he lifts the World Cup and rides off into the sunset, main mission accomplished. Smith and Finch have been very good against this England bowling.
Joe Root is set to be fit to play in the opening game of England's ODI series against Australia on Sunday, captain Eoin Morgan has confirmed.
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