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Nasser Hussain said England's tour to India in 2024 will be a contest between hosts' spin bowling and visitors' Bazball style and it should be "fascinating".
Despite his outstanding Test record on home soil, double World Cup-winner Woakes has often found himself on the outside looking in when it comes to red-ball cricket given the enduring careers of Anderson and the now-retired Broad
Ashes 2023: James Anderson retained despite sub-par run as England announce unchanged XI for Oval Test
Anderson, who had been benched in Headingley before being included for the Manchester Test, has had an underwhelming run this Ashes compared to his usually lofty standards, collecting just four wickets at an average of 76.75.
England have dropped Ollie Robinson, who suffered a back spasm as the hosts won the third Test by three wickets at Headingley. Anderson is reinstated just a fortnight short of his 41st birthday for the match starting Wednesday
In the batting lineup, despite Ollie Pope's unavailability due to injury, England haven't gone for any replacement. They are instead promoting Hary Brook to no. 3 while expecting Chris Waokes and Moeen Ali to provide strength to the lower order
Josh Tongue was initially only called up as cover due to injury concerns over pacers James Anderson and Ollie Robinson, both of whom are now being rested prior to the start of the Ashes next month.
Anderson strained his groin while on Lancashire duty and Robinson suffered an ankle issue playing for Sussex earlier this month
James Anderson, the most successful fast bowler in Test history with 685 wickets, sustained the injury during Lancashire's County Championship match against Somerset.
Jimmy Anderson's latest injury adds to a growing list of fitness problems for England fast bowlers, with Jofra Archer, Olly Stone and Brydon Carse all sidelined in recent weeks
Ashwin lost six rating points but still remained joint number one Test bowler with England quick James Anderson in the ICC rankings released on Wednesday.
R Ashwin gained two places after taking six wickets in India's emphatic victory over Australia in the second Test in New Delhi.
James Anderson is playing in his 173rd Test match against South Africa that started on Wednesday, and the elusive target of 200 games shall be in his sights.
England will continue with its aggressive approach to Tests, asserts James Anderson ahead of South Africa series
McCullum and captain Ben Stokes took charge of a misfiring English side that had won just one of their 17 Tests previously. Since their takeover, they have won four games straight while chasing 275-plus targets in the final innings.
Anderson has six five-wicket hauls against India in Tests, which is the most for him against any side.
Veteran England fast bowler James Anderson said Bairstow was inspired to score his first-innings century against India after being sledged by Virat Kohli.
After controversial Virat Kohli remark, Twitter furious as Virender Sehwag takes another dig at James Anderson
The incident took place in the 70th over of India's second innings when the 39-year-old English pacer dropped a catch of Ravindra Jadeja.
Ravindra Jadeja hits back after James Anderson says India all-rounder can finally 'bat like a proper batter'
Ravindra Jadeja brought up his third Test hundred, his second this year, before getting dismissed for 104 by James Anderson on Day 2 of the fifth Test at Edgbaston.
James Anderson got the wicket of Shubman Gill in the seventh over as the opener edged a good length delivery to the cordon.
India and England are all set to lock horns with each other in the fifth, rescheduled and the final Test of the series that was halted last year after the Indian team had Covid-19 cases in the contingent.