Hales still has the future of England despite the World Cup ax, Bayliss says

LONDON: Head Coach Of England Trevor Bayliss Says Alex Hales Still Has An International Future Despite The Fact That She Is Away From The World Cup Team After Allegedly Failed A Second Positive Test For Recreational Drug Use.

The Nottinghamshire Player Was Named In England's Preliminary 15-man Squad For The Tournament Beginning Later This Month Only To Be Withdrawn Last Week.

England's One-day Captain Eoin Morgan Said Last Week Hales' Actions" Have Shown Complete Disregard" For Team Values.

But Bayliss Said The Door Was Open To The Hard-hitting 30-year-old Batsman, Who Has Played 70 One-day Internationals And 60 Twenty20 Internationals.

" Alex Still Has An International Future," Bayliss Told Sky Sports." I Have Spoken To Him And Given Him That Message.

" It's Certainly Not The End Of Him. He's A Very Important Player And There's No Reason Why He Can't Come Back."

He Added:" I Think We've Come To The Right Decision. Being Respected From The Field As Well As It Is Very Important."

En The Australische Hoofdtrainer Zei Dat The Engelse Kiezers Een" Zeer Moeilijke Beslissing" Zouden Moeten Maken Na The Indrukwekkende Vorm Van Nieuwkomer Jofra Archer , Who Made His Debut Against Ireland Last Week.

Speaking About The Barbados-born All-rounder, Bayliss Said:" He's Fitted Into The Group Extremely Well. He's A Fairly Quiet Sort Of A Guy.

" I Thought He Bowled Some Good Spells, Or One Or Two Spells In Ireland Without Too Much Luck And I Thought He Bowled Pretty Well In The T20 Match A Couple Of Days Ago.

" It's All Looking Good. It's A Very Difficult Decision For The Selectors, Whichever Way We Go."