Adelaide: Peter Moores is desperate to remain as England coach despite overseeing a calamitous World Cup campaign that was prematurely ended by a 15-run defeat to Bangladesh in Adelaide yesterday.
"I want to carry on desperately," said Moores, who admitted his fate lay in the hands of his employers at the England and Wales Cricket Board. "It's certainly not my decision. I hope (to stay).
"I'm here to try and make a difference. Certainly on a day like today you look at it and you know we have a lot of work to do in one-day cricket — there's no doubt about that.
"It's a game we felt we should have won. We should have chased 275 and we didn't do it - we have to take that on the chin."
ECB: We have faith in Moores
Meanwhile, ECB managing director Paul Downton insists he retains "every faith" in coach Peter Moores despite England's humiliating exit at the World Cup.
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