LONDON – The days of James Anderson and Stuart Broad spearheading England's fast bowling attack are over, according to former captain Michael Vaughan.
The pair have taken more than 1,000 test wickets between them with Anderson's 575 a world record for a pace bowler.
The 37-year-old Anderson, however, managed only four overs in this year's drawn Ashes series after aggravating a calf injury.
Broad, 33, excelled despite the absence of his usual partner and took 23 wickets at an average of under 27.
After more than a decade in which they have been used in tandem, Vaughan suggests playing one or the other is the way forward for England.