Michael Vaughan I michael vaughan says this england side can not beat india and australia
- Michael Vaughan gives stern warning to England for upcoming test series
- Vaughan said that England will not be able to beat India in the Test series with this batting order
- Vaughan criticized the Indian team for the World Test Championship final
London: Former England captain Michael Vaughan says with such a weak England batting line-up, it will be difficult to beat India in the five-match Test series to be held in August-September. A two-match Test series between England and New Zealand took place just before the final match of the World Test Championship (WTC) between India and New Zealand, where the Kiwis defeated the English team 1–0.
Vaughan told Fox Cricket, ‘England’s batting order is weak. The team could improve if Jos Buttler, Ben Stokes and Chris Woakes come back. But without changing this batting order and without understanding how to score big against good bowlers, I don’t think it will last. India will be tough to beat with this batting order. I can’t understand it until England make a change or two.’
Vaughan also said that it would be difficult to beat Australia in the Ashes series in Australia later this year. Vaughan said that some tough decisions will have to be taken in view of the series with India and Australia. He said, ‘I want David Malan to play at number 3. Although he is not that famous, but if he starts scoring then he can make a big difference. He also has experience and last played in Australia.
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