Vaughan: England’s bowling attack is the best in the world

2012-05-09 00:00

CAPE TOWN — England’s Test bowling attack is better than SA’s with spinner Graeme Swann the crucial difference.

So says former England captain Michael Vaughan, in what might be described as the first significant verbal salvo ahead of their home, three-Test series against the Proteas.

Vaughan suggests England still hold the aces with ball in hand, in terms of the keenly-awaited contests between the world’s number one and two-ranked sides from late July.

Vaughan said: “England’s bowling attack is the best in the world. Would not swap it for any other. Not SA. Swann is the difference. My order of the best attacks … England, South Africa, Pakistan, Australia, West Indies, India, New Zealand.”

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