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England eye off successful Australian coach for men's ODI team

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17th May, 2022
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Matthew Mott, head coach of the Australia women’s cricket team, is reportedly the frontrunner to take charge of the England men’s ODI side.

England put former New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum in charge of their Test team earlier this month having decided to split the coaching roles following Chris Silverwood’s exit in February.

Paul Collingwood, who led England to their maiden T20 World Cup title in 2010, was in contention for the white-ball role, but Mott is set to land the job this week, cricket website ESPNcricinfo reported.

Under Mott, the Australian women’s team has won back-to-back T20 World Cups and the 2022 ODI World Cup.

The 48-year-old also oversaw their emphatic multi-format Ashes series victory against England this year.

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