Sri Lanka have announced four new coaching staff to assist new head coach Chris Silverwood.
Cricket Sri Lanka announced Chris Silverwood as the new head coach for their men's national team.
England Cricket Board (ECB) on Thursday informed that men's coach Chris Silverwood has been relieved from his duties, after the Three Lions' debacle in Ashes.
Chris Silverwood's departure came a day after Ashley Giles, who appointed him in 2019, was sacked from his role of England managing director men's cricket.
A day after England captain Joe Root said that he wants to continue as the Test skipper, head coach Chris Silverwood on Monday said that he would want to hold onto the job despite England's debacle in the Ashes.
Ashes: England head coach Chris Silverwood has tested positive for COVID-19 ahead of the fourth Test against Australia.
Under-fire head coach Chris Silverwood has defended his team selection despite England suffering heavy defeats in the first two Tests of the Ashes, insisting he is still the "right man for the job".
England vs India: England head coach Chris Silverwood stated that all-rounder Moeen Ali is "under consideration" for the second Test against India at Lord's.
England vs India: England head coach Chris Silverwood admitted that batsmen apart from Joe Root need to start contributing more to ease off the pressure from English captain.
Among those currently serving quarantine periods are Jos Buttler, Chris Woakes and Sam Curran, all of whom have Test contracts with England.