Former England skipper Michael Vaughan is worried about the Indian and England players due to the amount of cricket they are playing at the moment.

Former England captain Michael Vaughan is backing England to win this year’s T20 World Cup. England have been on a roll in the shortest format of the game and with world-class players in the side, they have all the bases covered.

“England have put themselves in a great position (to win the T20 World Cup) because they’ve got absolutely everything covered,” Michael Vaughan said after the second T20I between England and Pakistan.

While Liam Livingstone scored a well compiled hundred in the first match of the T20I series, he followed it up with 38 runs in the second match.

“He’s becoming a class act. The hundred he got on Friday will have given him a huge amount of confidence and he was well on his way again today before he was run out. He’s one we’re going to see a lot of over the next few years,” asserted Vaughan.

The third and final T20I of the series will be played at the Emirates Old Trafford in Manchester. With the series level at 1-1, the winner of the match would walk away with the trophy.

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