IND Vs ENG: A five-Test series is to be played between India and England in August-September. But the England team led by Root is on the target of former captain Michael Vaughan. Vaughan says that the England team currently does not have the ability to challenge India. Michael Vaughan says that it will be very difficult for England to beat India.
In fact, the performance of England’s batsmen in the last two series has been very disappointing. England lost 1-3 in India and 0-1 against New Zealand. Vaughan has described England’s batting as weak. He said, “England’s batting order is weak. The team can improve if Jos Buttler, Ben Stokes and Chris Woakes come back.
Vaughan further said, “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.”
England will have to take tough decisions
Vaughan also said that it will be difficult for England to beat Australia in Australia later this year. The Ashes series is to be played between England and Australia later this year.
Vaughan said that some tough decisions will have to be taken in view of the series with India and Australia. The former captain 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 he played in Australia last time. “
Apart from this, Vaughan has also demanded a change in the opening. Vaughan believes that Sibble has been given a lot of opportunities and he lacks the ability of a Test opener. Vaughan has demanded an opening from Jack Crowley in place of Sibley.
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