While Allene will be the batting coach, Killeen will serve as the fast bowling coach with Richard Dawson and Carl Hopkinson making up the rest of Mott’s coaching staff.
Allene, who played ten ODIs for England, is also a Test Scout for the ECB, assistant coach for Welsh Fire at The Hundred and assistant director of sport at Marlborough College. On the other hand, Killeen works at Durham County Cricket Club as the Assistant Lead and Bowling Coach.
“I am really looking forward to joining the England white ball team for the ODI series, this is a great opportunity to work with an exciting new team with new head coach Matthew Mott and captain Eoin Morgan. Hopefully The knowledge and experience I will gain can be brought back and helped benefit Durham ahead of our last few T20 games and in the Royal London campaign,” Killeen said on his appointment.
Both Allene and Killeen have previously worked with England’s senior men’s team, Killeen with the ODI team that played Ireland at the Ageas Bowl in 2020 and Allene with the T20I team during the most recent tour of the West Indies this year Is.
England, led by their 2019 Men’s Cricket World Cup-winning captain Eoin Morgan, will leave for the Netherlands on Tuesday, with the first ODI on Friday, followed by the second and third ODIs in Amstelveen on 19 and 22 June.
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