Alastair Cook and Brendon McCullum look ahead to the second Test to be played at Headingly from Friday. England won the first Test at Lord’s by 124 runs and go into the final of the two-Test series with confidence and momentum. Cook scored a century in the second innings to put his team in command on the final day of the Test. READ:  Trevor Bayliss’s expertise cannot turn England’s fortunes in limited-overs cricket around

England managed to pick up all 10 of New Zealand’s wickets on the final day and register a comprehensive win over the high flying Kiwis. Cook also said that he is looking forward to working with Trevor Bayliss, who was appointed England’s head coach on Thursday. Cook says that he is heard a lot of good things about Bayliss and he has been a successful coach with all the teams he has taken up. READ: Cricket needs men like Ben Stokes

McCullum on the other hand believes that his team will continue playing aggressive cricket. That’s the way New Zealand have played and will continue to play. He believes the aggressive approach leaves them vulnerable to losses, but it is New Zealand’s best chance of success. READ: Ben Stokes rekindles the spirit of Andrew Flintoff