London, Feb 24 - Terming England team as 'predictable', former skipper Michael Vaughan has urged Eoin Morgan-led side to take an aggressive approach in order to go further in the World Cup.
Following England's back-to-back defeat to Australia and New Zealand, Morgan's men on Monday managed to claim a convincing 119-run win over minnows Scotland in Pool A.
Reflecting on England's performance, Vaughan said that they were not flexible and they were set in stone the way they are going to play, the BBC reported.
London, Feb 10 : Former England skipper Michael Vaughan believes that Eoin Morgan-led team could cause a few upsets at the upcoming World Cup, saying that the team has started looking like a settled side.
England beat India twice in the Tri-series before reaching the final in Australia, and trounced West Indies in their first World Cup warm-up game by nine wickets on Monday.
Wellington, Feb 09 : Former England skipper Michael Vaughan has tipped New Zealand as 'genuine' contenders to clinch their maiden World Cup title, for which tournament gets underway from Saturday in Australia and New Zealand.
Describing New Zealand as favourites besides Australia and South Africa, Vaughan said that New Zealand's recent form and record was ominous, adding that this they are expected to deliver and it would be interesting to see how they cope with that, Stuff. co. nz reported.
London, Oct.8 - Former England captain Michael Vaughan has backed out-of-favour batsman Kevin Pietersen's claims that the bowlers in the national squad were an intimidating clique, adding they could be "disrespectful".
In an article for The Telegrapgh, Vaughan said the "bowlers' cabal" has been a "problem for several years".
London - Coming down heavily on Alastair Cook, former skipper Michael Vaughan has said that the "stubborn" leader must be sacked from the ODI post if he refuses to step down soon.
London, Aug 26 - Former England skipper Michael Vaughan and retired spinner Graeme Swann believe that Alastair Cook should be axed as the captain of the England one-day team.
London - India captain M S Dhoni might have refused to blame IPL for his team`s shambolic show in the five-Test series against England, but former English skipper Michael Vaughan feels the young Indian
London: Michael Vaughan took criticism to another level after the former England skipper posted a `white flag` on his twitter handle, terming it as the new Indian cricket flag after MS Dhoni and Co`s abject surrender at the Oval.
London, Aug. 13 - Former England captain Michael Vaughan has said he was wrong to demand that Alastair Cook be replaced as skipper of the national side after the hosts lost the Lord's Test to India by 95 runs.
Johannesburg, Aug 10 - Former England skipper Michael Vaughan has criticized India for their pathetic performance after the tourists lost the fourth Test at Old Trafford by an innings and 54 runs on Saturday.
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