CARDIFF, WALES - JUNE 14: England batsman Eoin Morgan hits out during the ICC Champions Trophy semi final between England and Pakistan at SWALEC Stadium on June 14, 2017 in Cardiff, Wales. (Photo by Stu Forster/Getty Images)

Matthew Mott, head coach of the Australian women's cricket team, is reportedly set to be named the head coach of white-ball cricket for the English team in the next 48 hours.

The forty-eight year-old has seemingly beat out former English batsman Paul Collingwood for the job, according to a report from The Telegraph.

Under the lead of Mott, the Aussie women's team has dominated the rest of the world.

Brendom McCullum, who was recently appointed the head coach of the England's Test team, is known to have a relationship with Mott.

McCullum, former captain of the New Zealand team in all forms, is known to have recommended Mott for the New Zealand coaching job in his playing days.

Communication and a healthy relationship between the red and white-ball coaches is crucial to success. Having coaches arguing over players and availability would be detrimental to the overall performance of the team.

England are hopeful McCullum and Mott's ammicable relationship will remain so through this process.

LONDON, ENGLAND - AUGUST 11: England captain Joe Root speaks with coach Graham Thorpe during a nets session at Lord's Cricket Ground on August 11, 2021 in London, England. (Photo by Gareth Copley/Getty Images)

Mott is known to keep his players responsible. Providing them with clear roles within the squad and making them accountable. England could do with some of his philosophy that worked so well with the Australian Women.

“The single most used excuse is, I just didn't know my role and I wasn't clear on my role,” Mott said in an interview last year.

“So we’re trying to get ahead of that and navigate that and be crystal clear on each person's role in that team.

"They sign off on it, so they're informed about their role and are actually accountable.”

While it isn't confirmed, the signing of Mott would leave England with two foreign coaches. For an English team that has struggled for consistency across all forms, non-english coaches might be what the doctor ordered.