India and Pakistan will square off against each other on Sunday evening and Vaughan also said the Virat Kohli-led side will be too strong for the Green Army.
The IPL 2021 has been played in two parts this season due to the COVID-19 pandemic and after a long wait, the final is finally here.
Emma Raducanu completed her dream debut with a 6-4, 6-3 triumph over Leylah Fernandez to claim her first Grand Slam crown in the US Open.
The fifth and final Test between India and England was cancelled on Friday after the visitors' assistant physio tested positive for COVID-19 on Thursday.
Vaughan said England did not make enough runs in their first innings and also questioned the shot selection of the batsmen.
Michael Vaughan believes that if England bowlers can stay patient, they can get a cluster of Indian wickets on day three of the fourth Test at The Oval.
Michael Vaughan has said for whatever reason, India did not have the determination and right mindset for the third Test at Headingley.
Former England captain Michael Vaughan expressed his happiness over Joe Root becoming England's most successful Test skipper.
Michael Vaughan feels senior off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin's inclusion in the playing XI can solve the problem.
Chris Silverwood should have asked Joe Root, 'What the hell is going on': Michael Vaughan on bouncer tactic
England now trail the five-match series 0-1 and Vaughan said the onus is on Silverwood to change the momentum of the series.
Finals are one-off games: Ex-England skipper Michael Vaughan disagrees with Virat Kohli's suggestion
Michael Vaughan quashed off the idea floated by Virat Kohli of having a best-of-three final to decide the winner of the WTC.
'Totally unacceptable': Vaughan, Pietersen slam English cricketers going Down Under for Ashes sans families
According to a report in the UK media, there is still uncertainty whether families of the visiting England players will be permitted to stay with them during the Ashes, beginning on December 8.
Michael Vaughan, Alastair Cook put New Zealand ahead in Word Test Championship title clash against India
While that may sound good to go, India had smashed England to smithereens at home despite losing the first Test.
The two sides are set to lock horns in the marquee clash starting Friday in Southampton.
Michael Vaughan said England erred in not picking a specialist spinner in the playing eleven for the two Tests against New Zealand.