India vs Australia: Former England captain Michael Vaughan feels India will lose to Australia in all formats
India made a disastrous start to the tour with a 66-run loss against Australia in the opening ODI but more importantly looked out of sorts as a unit.
Chasing a total of 157 runs in the finale, Rohit scored 68 off 51 balls against Delhi Capitals, ensuring Mumbai comfortably reach the target. With the 2020 trophy, Rohit became the only captain who has five IPL title to his name.
Samuels made racial remarks and a derogatory comment about Stokes's wife in an Instagram post that former England captain Michael Vaughan called "appalling".
England vs Pakistan: James Anderson asks for more 'leeway' over bad light rules; Michael Vaughan, Shane Warne suggest use of pink ball
Former players have often questioned the ICC regulations related to bad light which has affected Test matches over the years.
Vaughan, who featured in 82 Tests and 86 ODIs for England, said Pakistan have quality batsmen who are capable of challenging the English bowlers.
England vs West Indies: ‘Slow’ Dom Sibley just what this English team needed, says former captain Michael Vaughan
Sibley consumed 312 deliveries to bring up his second Test century, the slowest since Tamim Iqbal took an equal number of deliveries against Zimbabwe in 2014.
England vs West Indies: Hosts must look after Jofra Archer during his isolation period, says Michael Vaughan
Archer was axed from the ongoing second Test against the West Indies after he breached the team's bio-secure protocol by going home to Brighton post the series opener.
West Indies beat England by four wickets in the first Test at Southampton to take a 1-0 lead in the three-match series.
His Kent team mate Crawley top-scored for England with 76 in the second innings and Vaughan said Denly should make room for Root, who missed the Southampton test to attend the birth of his second child.
England cricket great Ian Botham says he had coronavirus in January but mistook it for a case of flu
On recreational cricket in England, Ian Botham said he expects it to be back soon as social distancing is possible in cricket
On Dale Steyn's 37th birthday, we revisit his five top dismissals across international cricket.
The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) should consider a shortened County Championship season without overseas players for two years to offset the financial impact of the coronavirus outbreak, former England skipper Michael Vaughan said.
Former captain Michael Vaughan has claimed that many England players were jealous of their then teammate Kevin Pietersen after the maverick batsman landed a "massive contract" in the Indian Premier League.
Former captain Michael Vaughan feels Kevin Pietersen should not have been picked for England again after the 2012 text-gate scandal where he was accused of sending unsavoury messages about his skipper Andrew Strauss to the opposition team during the course of a Test match.
Former England captain Michael Vaughan feels a shortened five-week Indian Premier League leading up to the ICC World T20 in October and November could be a feasible solution if the current situation
Michael Vaughan says it was strange that Hansie Cronje gave England 'sniff' of win in 2000 Centurion Test
Former England captain Michael Vaughan says he had felt "odd" after being given "a sniff" of a win in the dodgy 2000 Centurion Test against South Africa, the game the late Hansie Cronje fixed to change cricket forever.
Vaughan also picked India as the only team that can trouble Australia at home, saying Virat Kohli's men have the pace and spin in their bowling and experience in batting to challenge the hosts.
India vs Bangladesh: Michael Vaughan calls Virat Kohli 'best batsman across all formats' as skipper brings up 27th Test ton
After skipper Virat Kohli notched up his 27th Test century against Bangladesh in the historic pink ball Test, former England cricketer Michael Vaughan termed him as the “best batsman” across all formats in this era.
The second Test between India and Bangladesh, which started in Kolkata on Friday, saw the two teams playing with the pink ball for the first time.
'No sympathy for him', says former England captain Michael Vaughan on Shakib Al Hasan two-years ban from international cricket
Former Pakistan captain Rameez Raja said that Shakib's actions and the fallout of those are a classic example of none being bigger than the game