Michael Vaughan: England must learn to win in Sri Lanka

Michael Vaughan says England must learn to win one day matches on their tour of Sri Lanka if they are to have any chance of success at next year's World Cup.

England play the first of seven one-day internationals against Sri Lanka in Colombo on Wednesday and the former England skipper believes the team need to be more "aggressive", "risky" and "unpredictable" if they are to make "any kind of impact" at the World Cup in Australia and New Zealand next February.

Vaughan, who captained England at the 2007 World Cup, says the series is a big one for all-rounder Ben Stokes, who has "the wow factor", and could prove to be a match-winner for the team.

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