Ben Stokes will be considered for England selection is expected to join the squad for the T20 matches against New Zealand in February.
Ben Stokes has been charged with affray relating to an incident that took place outside a Bristol night club in September 2016.
The Surrey batsman hits a brilliant 180 as England claim seven-wicket win in first ODI in Melbourne.
India's captain was dismissed for just five runs in the first innings of the Test against South Africa on Friday.
Bayliss, who took over as England coach in 2015, faced questions over his future after the Three Lions surrendered the Ashes urn to Australia.
England's second innings ended at 180-9, with captain Joe Root retiring hurt on 58 due to a stomach bug, as the tourists lost by an innings and 123 runs.
The tourists reached 93-4 at stumps on day four after Australia declared on a mammoth total of 649-7.
Australia started the day at 193 for the loss of two wickets, with Usman Khawaja and Steven Smith still at the crease.
England were bowled out for 346 runs in the first innings on the second day of the fifth Ashes Test. Australia trail by 153 runs and have eight wickets left in their first innings.
England close day one on 233-5 after deciding to bat first under overcast skies on a green-tinged surface at the SCG.
Australia declared their innings at 263 for the loss of four wickets but the teams came to a consensus on the result given the paucity of time.
Rain interrupted the day's play on two occasions in the fourth day of the fourth Ashes Test between Australia and England at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
The England opener was rarely troubled as he batted through the third day to end on 244 not out from 409 balls at stumps.
Cook was unbeaten on 104 as the tourists ended the second day on 192-2, 135 runs behind Australia's first innings total.
A fine hundred from David Warner and an unbeaten half-century from Steve Smith propel hosts to 244-3 at the close of play on day one.