After the shocking defeat at their home ground by 9 wickets against Pakistan in first Tests, the former Captain of England Michael Vaughan suggesting that one of Stuart Broad or James Anderson should be dropped for the second Tests against Pakistan.
"Perhaps England have to make a bold call this week at Headingley and consider leaving out one of James Anderson or Stuart Broad," Former England Captain Michael Vaughan wrote in The Telegraph.
As per reported in Cricket.com.au Vaughan cited that "England are losing. The Test team are just not playing very well and something has to be done. Anderson and Broad are brilliant bowlers but it would be a wake-up call if one was left out."Broad and Anderson have been England's main strike bowlers for the last 10 years, with 252 caps and 945 wickets between them. Wood has played 11 Tests and Woakes 23 Tests.
The Former Captain Vaughan "Having three senior players in the team in Anderson, Broad and Alastair Cook is very difficult for Joe Root to manage ... (but) the one thing they cannot be doing is just hanging on until the end of the Ashes (next year)"