The conclusion of the 2019 Ashes marks the end of Trevor Bayliss’ time in charge of the England cricket team.

The Australian moves on from his position as head coach at the end of the series after four years in charge, with the ECB’s Director of Cricket Ashley Giles now on the hunt for his successor.

During his time in charge, Bayliss has transformed English white-ball cricket, taking them to the final of the 2016 World Twenty20 and winning their first ever World Cup this summer. 

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However, while he leaves England’s ODI and T20 sides in fine fettle, Bayliss’ replacement will be tasked with rebuilding a Test team that has, at best, stagnated during Bayliss’ tenure. 

But who could replace him? Click through our gallery below to find out who is in contention for the role:

Who would you pick to succeed Bayliss?

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