Andrew Strauss has Hundred reasons for concern over English coaches

• Former director expresses fears at overseas appointments
• Shane Warne and Gary Kirsten among coaches already hired

Andrew Strauss has expressed concerns over a lack of English head coaches in the Hundred, fearing it could have a knock-on effect for the national teams down the line.

The former director of England cricket, who hopes to turn Lord’s red on Thursday in a bid to raise money for the cancer foundation set up in memory of his late wife, Ruth, appointed Trevor Bayliss as England coach in 2015 and saw the Australian oversee the World Cup win this summer.

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