Latest news and talking points:
- Andrew Strauss to face the media for the first time since taking the ECB's director of cricket role.
- Strauss met with Pietersen on Monday night along with ECB chief executive Tom Harrison.
- It's believed Strauss told Pietersen he has no future in the England set-up.
- Pietersen has not played for England since the final Test of the 2013/14 Ashes series defeat.
- Pietersen scored 326 not out for Surrey on Monday in the County Championship match against Leicestershire.
- Press conference is due to start at 11am.
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Speaking after his record innings on Monday, Pietersen said: “They say timing is everything. He [Strauss] has come in, there’s a new chairman [Colin Graves] on Friday or Saturday, there has to be a new coach, [Peter] Moores has gone.
“I’ve got to be careful what I say; it’s an interesting time, and what more can I do? I was told to go and get a county, I was told to score runs... I think I’m scoring runs.
“I’ve always said since my knee was sorted in Australia, after that first training session in Australia, I said that my knee’s good, and if my knee’s good, I’m going to play well.
“I played well in the Big Bash, I gave up a contract in India, I’m not playing for any money here – I’m dedicated to getting back my England place. I want my England place, and I think I deserve my England place.”Reuse content