Cummins was named captain of the Australian men’s Test cricket team last week following the announcement of Tim Paine Everyone is taking an indefinite break from cricket.
Vaughan, however, admitted that he is not in favor of being captain on the side of fast bowlers, but supported Cummins, a “high-class player” to work for Australia.
“Never thought fast bowlers could be captains. The reason for the workload is it’s more difficult, but I think @patcummins30 looks like the type of guy who can make it work.. Very cool personality and outspoken Absolutely highly rated player so it should work.. #Ashes,” Vaughan tweeted.
never thought fast bowler can be captain.. because of workload it’s more difficult but i don’t… https://t.co/07t9QWSsB6
— Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) 1638699323000
Cummins revealed the playing XI for the upcoming debut on Sunday Ashes The Test begins at the Gabba on Wednesday.
travis head Will bat at number five while Mitchell Starc has also got a place in the bowling attack.
England captain Joe Root, on the other hand, opted not to reveal the playing XI three days before the game.
“We have all the options on the table but we are not going to name a team right now. We have to see the forecast and how the pitch changes in the next few days,” cricket.com.au was quoted as saying by Root.