England in West Indies: Trevor Bayliss says tourists must be ‘tougher’

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England must turn out to be “more challenging” if they are to lead clear of the collapses that worth them the first Take a look at against West Indies, says coach Trevor Bayliss.

The vacationers had been bowled out for 77 in the first innings and misplaced their final six wickets for 31 runs in the 381-walk defeat in Barbados on Saturday.

England had been criticised for a lack of aggressive games earlier than the series.

But Bayliss told BBC Sport: “It be more of a psychological train. Now we bask in to order, ‘we’re no longer giving our wicket away’.”

Piece-fracture day-spinner Roston Scamper took 8-60 as England had been bowled out for 246 on the fourth evening.

A succession of batsmen fell to free strokes on a legit ground on the Kensington Oval, against a bowler whose 42 Take a look at wickets earlier than the match came at a cost of 47 apiece.

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Collapses bask in undermined England’s batting, in particular on the pause reveal, for the past two years, and their first-innings capitulation came fully 10 months after they had been bowled out for 58 by Fresh Zealand in Auckland.

“Now we bask in some homework to mark,” said Bayliss, who will step down after four years to blame following the Ashes against Australia in September.

England bask in answered to their two most modern defeats by a success the following match.

Having misplaced to Pakistan by nine wickets at Lord’s in May perhaps perhaps 2018, they won at Trent Bridge by an innings; and adopted up a 203-walk loss against India at Trent Bridge in August with a 60-walk victory at Southampton.

“At any time when now we bask in performed like this the guys bask in come out and performed stunning successfully in the following game,” said Bayliss.

“They’re hurting; they know they have not performed successfully. That’ll kick them into tools, or it’ll peaceable mark.”

The 2nd Take a look at of the three-match series in Antigua starts on Thursday.

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