Morgan commits to captain England at T20 World Cup
The World Cup winning captain had said he was undecided on his international future after guiding England to their first global 50-over title in May.
The 33-year-old said he was “knackered” after the World Cup success but has now committed to captain England for another year to oversee the T20 World Cup – last won in 2012.
Giles also confirmed that Joe Root will continue as Test captain regardless of who becomes the new coach after Trevor Bayliss’ departure, reports Sky Sports.
The ECB hopes to appoint a replacement for Bayliss in time for the upcoming tour of New Zealand.
Giles revealed candidates for the position will be interviewed from a shortlist currently being drawn up by the ECB.
If no appointment is made before the squad departs for New Zealand, an interim coach will oversee the tour.
Olly Stone hopes to play a role in an England pace trio during this year’s Ashes
Stone hopes to play a role this summer along with Jofra Archer and Mark Wood.
Olly Stone ready for whatever role is required to make England World Cup squad
‘Any way in the England team, I’ll snap someone’s hand off,’ said Stone.
Dane van Niekerk ‘absolutely broken’ to miss World Cup over fitness standards
The South Africa captain was unable to complete a two-kilometre run in the minimum required time.
Run of defeats has not damaged England’s confidence, insists Moeen Ali
The all-rounder is confident England will be in good shape for the defence of their World Cup crown.
Lancashire sign New Zealand pair Daryl Mitchell and Colin de Grandhomme
The all-rounders will be available to play in the LV= Insurance County Championship and Vitality T20 Blast throughout the season.
Jos Buttler admits he needs to find his rhythm as England lose to South Africa
The hosts won the second ODI by five wickets to clinch the series in Bloemfontein.
Temba Bavuma hits hundred as South Africa secure ODI series win over England
The Proteas chased down 343 at Bloemfontein to go 2-0 up in the three-match series.
Jos Buttler and Harry Brook give England hope of levelling ODI series
England reached 342 for seven against South Africa, with Buttler making 94 and Brook 80.
Jason Roy was never ready to ‘roll over’ despite year of setbacks and low points
Roy has for so long been England’s pacesetter at the top of the order but lost his place in the side.
England batter Jason Roy emotional after return to form in South Africa defeat
Roy’s slump with the bat led to him being dropped ahead of England’s T20 World Cup-winning campaign last year.