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Michael Vaughan makes an impressive comeback to competitive cricket

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England’s long term Captain Michael Vaughan has hit back competitive cricket with a bang scoring a match winning half century for Yorkshire in the C&G Trophy match against Scotland. The 31-year-old has not played a competitive game ever since he had undergone surgery on his troublesome right knee in December 2005. Vaughan had subsequently missed the India tour and is now missing the Sri Lanka Test Series. He is keeping his knee to the test and wants to see how it takes the stress of playing a few four-day games for his county. It’s only after this stage that Michael Vaughan is going to plan for a possible England return and at the moment it looks clear that he wants enough time to get to 100%. Vaughan can make a comeback for one of the five ODIs against Sri Lanka that starts from 17th June or he might take some more time and aim for the 1st Test match against Pakistan which is from the 13th of July.

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