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Jos Buttler and Liam Livingstone have suggested becoming part of England's "Buzzball" revolution

NewEnglandTest coachBrendon McCullonquickly influenced former coach Chris Silverwood.

McCallum, who took over the team with only one last 17 test matches, encouraged England to play positively and more freely. McCallum's philosophy became known as "Buzzball" and he had already brought a spectacular series victory overNew Zealand.

Johnny Bainesu has scored for centuries from less than 100 balls, and England has completed two illustrious four-inning chase at Roadsbridge and Trentbridge. And England's all-rounderMoeen Alibelieves that whiteball superstarsJosButtlerand Liam Livingstone will "prosper" in the new setup.

Regarding the BBC Test Match Special, Moeen said: Techniques and ideas for becoming a good test player.

"Livingstone obviously hasn't played [previous test cricket], but when it comes to batter, I think he really has a very good technique. He's obviously. He has a super-hit technique, but in general his technique is still good.

"Because he plays a lot of top-notch cricket and knows there are hundreds. Behind him is that experience. When I go to Pakistan, I think he will be a great cry. He fits into this environment.

"This brand we are playing now Looking at his test cricket from a distance, he's a potential person to make it successful, "Moeen also revealed. After meeting with McCallum, he wantsto officially reverse his retirement from test cricketand get involved in the "buzzball" revolution.

"The door is always open, I think so. I haven't officially retired," Moeen said. I think it's very, very difficult.

"He is very convincing and, to be honest, wants to play with him underBen Stokes, both very aggressive and cricket.

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