England will find it difficult to beat India in a series of five tests in August-September, as “their wadding squad is fragile,” said former captain Michael Vaughn.
Before the final of the World Test Championship between India and New Zealand, England had lost a series of two tests at home with 1: 0 from the Black Hats. They had previously lost a four-match losing streak from India 3-1 in the subcontinent.
While there is hope that England will avenge India’s 3-1 loss in the upcoming series, which starts on August 4, Vaughn said: “The wadding lineup is fragile, it’s so simple. (Jos) Buttler, (Ben) Stokes will be back, (Chris) Wakes – yes, they will improve the team, but unless the composition of the wadding changes and you can learn and understand how to get great results against good bowling, I can’t figure out how they can to compete. “
“It will be difficult to beat India on these shores, I can’t see it unless they make one or two changes,” Vaughn told Fox Cricket.
Vaughn said he beat Australia in Australia in the ashes, which starts on December 8, will also be heavy.
“Australia will get 450-500 [runs],” he said.
The former skipper wants sharp appeals to be made before the two important series (against India and Australia).
“I would put Dawid Malan back at number 3. Obviously he’s not popular, but you know what, who rises if he scores points, that’s what I like to see. He has little experience; he played well in Australia last time. .
“I’d put him at number 3, I’d let (Zack) Crowley open. I know it’s a little lucky for Crowley because he doesn’t have that many tracks, but I think he can play. I’d leave (Rory) Burns , Crowley, Malan, Ruth, Stokes, Ollie Pope at six, Butler at seven, Woks at eight Will that be a good enough eight to get big, big results? I think it will be a better chance than seven “I saw against New Zealand. They were very, very fragile,” Vaughn added.