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By Stephan Shemilt
BBC Sport
England bowling coach Chris Silverwood has emerged to replace Trevor Bayliss as head trainer.
Reports linked South African Gary Kirsten to the project however he could be piped by Silverwood into the job.
After contributing Essex the former fast bowler, who played six Tests became bowling coach.
A statement is expected next week.
The new coachs first assignment in charge of England would be the tour of New Zealand, where internationals are followed by two Tests.
Theyd inherit a team thats the world champion side and will probably be looking to perform the double at the T20 World Cup in Australia in 2020.
But, as per manager of cricket Ashley Giles, who has said that England will place a focus on red-ball crickets directions , the principal objective is to enhance an inconsistent Evaluation teams fortunes.
Its Giles who is ultimately responsible for their new coachs consultation – one that could be a surprise given the wave of aid at the past week for Kirsten.
Giles did say his preference for appointing an Englishman and supported the credentials of Silverwood as long ago as February.
Giles looks likely to select against splitting the head coachs role together with the head trainer, between the Test and limited-overs sides.
It was invited to a last interview and is known former England captain Alec Stewart.
However, crickets Surrey manager withdrew from the reckoning due to the requirements of this schedule and the impact .
Bayliss stepped down from the function following the attracted Ashes series against Australia of the summer.
Analysis and comment from the BBCs cricket correspondent.

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