Michael Vaughan: 'It could get difficult for England'

Michael Vaughan, former England cricket captain, talks to the assembled media as he attends an SJA Brunch sponsored by Laureus on July 4, 2013
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Michael Vaughan believes that things could get "difficult" for England as Australia close day one of the second Ashes Test on 273-5.

Former England cricketer Michael Vaughan believes that the second Ashes Test in Adelaide could become "difficult" for the tourists.

Australia closed day one on 273-5 with captain Michael Clarke and Brad Haddin remaining on 48 and seven respectively.

"If Clarke gets a hundred the Aussies will get near on 400 and its going to be difficult, I do think this pitch is playing like a day three pitch already," Vaughan told BBC Radio 5 live.

"England have made the right call. I like Ben Stokes, he looked the part, he looks like he belongs out in the middle, what they got wrong is losing the toss, because England will need a lead."

James Anderson, Graeme Swann and Monty Panesar took one wicket apiece, while Stuart Broad nabbed two.

Graeme Swann of England celebrates after dismissing Chris Rogers of Australia during day one of the Second Ashes Test Match between Australia and England at Adelaide Oval on December 5, 2013
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