London: Chris Tremlett's bounce and James Anderson's swing will be key to nullify Sachin Tendulkar's threat on England in the upcoming Test series against India, reckons former skipper Michael Vaughan.
"I have seen him driving through balls early on and be bowled or lbw on a number of occasions. England could also undermine him with bounce, which is why Tremlett will be key. If the ball is swinging, James Anderson nipping back a ball that pitches on fourth stump and hitting middle or off will be very dangerous," Vaughan said.
He said England should make use of iconic Indian batsman's vulnerability in the early part of his innings.