Bayliss himself has announced he will be stepping down once his contract ends at the climax of the 2019 Ashes in England. That period takes in the World Cup on home soil and the next Ashes series, and in the wake of their 4-0 Ashes defeat, Bayliss confirmed that while he wants to stay in charge for the time being, he has no intention of going any further than that. Being well-acquainted to the demands of the domestic league, Bayliss added: "It's just a Catch-22 situation".
"I've never been anywhere more than four or five years".
It's important to have a new voice in the dressing room.
"I've got no problem working towards a long-term goal even if I'm not going to be there", he said.
"Root will still be there as captain and there's a base of six or seven players that will still be young and good enough to be in the team", Bayliss said. England clearly has a poor Test record against Australia, and this ODI series gives them chance to start a new trend.
"How you juggle that and the planning for four years' time is a hard one". Mark Wood coming back from injury will look to make an impact straight away, like he did when England faced South Africa and he picked up big wickets and bowled well at the death. "If we're not as successful as we'd like to be because we're blooding some young players, we have to take that on the chin".
James Vince will slightly reassess his approach after a lean Ashes series, but doesn't believe below-par performances from England's batsmen should end Test careers. The ones who are still here seem in good spirits and I'm sure they will be looking forward to the white-ball arena and the freedom that brings.More news: Heat Guard Dion Waiters to Have Season-Ending Ankle Surgery
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"He's up and about so I think a few more days and his bug should have gone".
"Trevor's been fantastic for us, he creates a brilliant atmosphere around the team which allows people to go out and play in that fashion", said Buttler, the vice-captain of the one-day side.
"I guess, at the end of the day, everybody knows where they stand, and it gives England almost two years to find a replacement".
"Both those guys in the first three games with Dawid Malan were probably our best-performing batters".
James Vince averaged just over 26 in the Ashes. "We've known for a while that we haven't got a world-class spinner, and we have to work through that process".
England has a busy worldwide schedule this year as they have to play limited-over games in Australia and are also scheduled to tour New Zealand in March this year.
Despite this, England coach Bayliss has given his backing to the former Durham batsman and teammate Vince, telling Sky Sports: "It gets down to when is the time to move on and personally I think people like Stoneman and Vince probably get another couple of games to show us what they've got".