Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Andy Flower Hopeful about England Success in ODI Series against West Indies

England’s stand-in coach Andy Flower wants England to win the ODI series against West Indies after losing the test and the only Twenty20 match. The five-match ODI series kicks off from 20 March. The former Zimbabwe captain has said that England has not found the right balance in Twenty20 format yet, but he is hopeful that the English team can bring out success in the 50-over format of cricket against West Indies.

England team is currently going on without a permanent coach following the sacking of Peter Moores and Flower is one of the contenders of the hot seat. ECB is expected to appoint a permanent coach for England cricket team after the end of their West Indies tour. So, if England can do some better in the ODI series, it would add to the credit of Flower in his bid to become a permanent coach of England national team.

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