On the back of a successful Test year, England's one-day team are coming into their own – they routed India in the NatWest Challenge in early September, and brushed aside their opposition in the pool stages of the Champions Trophy - and they may have timed their peak to perfection. But to end their miserable record of 14 consecutive losses against a buoyant Australia, a run which started way back in January 1999, Vaughan must look to his allrounders Andrew Flintoff and Paul Collingwood, in particular, to continue to produce the goods.
hahaha has anyone read this article on cricinfo?
to say ur inform because u beat india and sri lanka at home shows a complete ignoriance of the game. apart from teams such as bangladesh and zimbabwe, india would be the easiest team to play at home (in enlgnad, kiwi and aussie conditions)