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I will agree with the board about my captaincy says Cook

Out of form England captain, Alastair Cook has said that he will 'wait and see' whether the England Cricket Board (ECB) will retain him as captain ahead of the tri-series in Australia, also featuring India. Cook was sadly out of form in ODIs in 2014 has garnered significant media mileage. His scored 523 runs at 27.52 in 20 ODIs and disappointed in the seven-match series in Sri Lanka ruled England to their fourth ODI series loss of the year leaving Cook to take a call at his captaincy to step down. "I am hungry and eager to do well. No one has any divine right to play for England, and my performances this year in the one-day game were not good” Cook said. Cook was optimistic about the situation. "If the selectors still think I am the right man or not, I will wait and see. If the decision went the other way then I can't do too much. If it happens then I can have no complaints," he signed off

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