Michael Vaughan, the captain of the Enlang cricket team is now out of the team due to his hamstring injury again. He has been told to take rest for 10 days. So
missed five matches during the one-day series after picking up the problem against Vaughan in New Zealand . Hobart
He returned to action on Tuesday to help steer
into the finals but has now been told to rest for 10 days, meaning he won't be available to face England . Australia
has quickly dismissed fears over his fitness for the World Cup, which starts in the Vaughan Caribbeanon March 13.
"As you can imagine I was itching to play, as I have been for the last eight or nine months, going through the whole rehab of my knee - it has been very disappointing on this tour to have no problems with my right knee and then a hamstring comes about," said Vaughan.
"I am desperate to play but we have to look at the future and certainly the next few weeks with the World Cup in mind.
"The medical staff have told me there is absolutely no doubt I will be on the plane for the World Cup."
This is, for sure, a bad news for the English team as they are going to miss the experienced batsman in the team. However,