"I don't think it's right that both of them play now," said Michael Vaughan while he was talking to BBC. "It might be that Broad plays one series and Anderson plays one series. They are not going to like it, but they are at that stage of their careers where England are going to have to manage the combination very smartly."
Stuart Broad was the best performer with the ball for England in the recently concluded Ashes series where he picked up 23 wickets at an average of 26.65. James Anderson, although bowled only 4 overs in the first Test of the series before a calf injury ruled him out.
Vaughan also shared that the team needs to play in a more disciplined way and build-up a strong team for Test cricket by giving chance to some young players.
"I want to see a disciplined way of playing and the World Cup is in the bag now. The most important thing going forward is the Ashes in two years. It is the Test team that needs a real focus over two and a half years of real dedication and structure,” he added.
"It might be that some of the players who play all of the formats miss white-ball series to make sure that when the Tests are on they are absolutely fresh and ready to bat seven hours, because to win in Australia that is exactly what you require. You need a relentless nature with the ball and relentless discipline with the bat - and it has to come over a two-and-a-half-year window," he concluded.
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