London. Former England captain Michael Vaughan has said that England do not have such bowlers to beat Australia at home. Vaughan, who led England to the Ashes win under his captaincy in 2005, has expressed doubts whether England pacer James Anderson will be able to cope with the rigors of the tour given his age.
Vaughan said, “England played the last Test against India at The Oval in September where Anderson was England’s fastest bowler. But his age is a matter of concern.”
He said the visiting team will have to score more runs on the board if the England bowlers are to dominate Australia.
Vaughan said, “The way Anderson and Stuart Broad will be successful in Australia and if England score 500 runs in the first innings, then the Australian team will be under pressure.”
He said, “I don’t think England have a bowling attack that can bother Australia away at home. I don’t think they have that skill, pace and spin, but if they score good runs, then England The team can put Australia under pressure.”