Well Done.........Mr. Vaughan
Andrew Flintoff : The life and soul of England's party. Flintoff's influence transcends mere figures, and there's been nothing "mere" about those this year, with 898 runs at 52.82 and 43 wickets at 25.76, not to mention 16 catches. If you can't spot him in the field, that's because he's at the heart of a post-wicket huddle, where his infectious glee rubs off on each and every one of his team-mates, not to mention his legions of fans, young and old.
Andrew Strauss : What no Harmison, I hear you cry? Well, it's been a feature of England's success this year that they have relied on no single player to come up with the goods time and time again – not even Harmy. Strauss, however, has been a constant factor in England's success, ever since he scored that century on debut at Lord's in May. Not many players have the mental fortitude to turn even Nasser Hussain into a quitter.