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The Ashes: Joe Root backs Chris Silverwood to stay England coach regardless of failure in Australia

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England captain Joe Root has renewed his help to Chris Silverwood because the under-fire head coach rejoined the staff forward of the fifth and ultimate Ashes Test in opposition to Australia beginning on Friday. The Ashes: Joe Root renews help for coach Chris Silverwood forward of ultimate Test (Reuters Photo)HIGHLIGHTSJoe Root renews help for coach Silverwood forward of ultimate TestSilverwood has come underneath stress since England misplaced the third TestRoot’s future as England skipper has additionally come underneath doubtEngland Test captain Joe Root backed coach Chris Silverwood to stay in cost because the under-fire head coach rejoined the staff forward of the fifth and ultimate Ashes Test in opposition to Australia beginning on Friday.

Silverwood has come underneath stress since England misplaced the third Test as Australia took an unassailable 3-0 Ashes lead. Silverwood had missed the fourth Test in Sydney by which his staff held on for a draw as he needed to isolate himself in Melbourne whereas recovering from Covid-19.Asked if he wish to see Silverwood proceed past the Ashes, Root advised British media on Thursday: “Yes, I would. It was a difficult week for the group of players with him not being around and it must have been very difficult for him.”Given the performances we put in in the course of the first three video games, I really feel we have let him and the coaches down. We’ve not performed wherever close to the extent we’re able to. It’s an opportunity to do this this week.”Root’s future as the England skipper has also come under doubt after the humiliating Ashes capitulation to Australia, with all-rounder Ben Stokes considered a viable option to replace him.”(Silverwood) could be very calm and he has the respect of the fellows within the group,” Root added. “He has acquired desperation to see everybody do effectively and up-skill the gamers as finest he can.”For a long time, we’ve not been able to put our best teams out because we’ve been constantly trying to make sure, from a mental wellbeing point of view, everyone is looked after properly because of the schedule we’ve dealt with over two years.”Click right here for IndiaToday.in’s full protection of the coronavirus pandemic.