Vaughan says `scared and scarred` Oz team has zero chance of winning Ashes
Sydney: Former England player Michael Vaughan has said in an article that Australia have zero chance of winning the Ashes series and they have too many players suffering from the psychological damage of playing against this England team.
Vaughan said that in 2009, England won with a side containing Alastair Cook, Graeme Swann, Ian Bell, Kevin Pietersen, James Anderson, Matt Prior and Stuart Broad and the same players were there in the side still.
The former player said that Watson was still making the same mistakes this year that he made in 2009 and for four years he had planted that front foot over to off stump and played across the front pad, adding that England were delighted to see him continue to play in that fashion.
Vaughan said that he feared for Australian cricket on how they would get out of the present hole and said that the only way was to stick with the current players for the remainder of the series, minus the injured James Pattinson.
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