The 39-year-old Anderson also wondered whether he would get to play another Test match for England at his home ground.
After Australia, India's chance to conquer England as hosts search for batting answers in Manchester
Kohli's team has been riding a fearless ride through the challenging terrains and after Australia, now they have the chance to conquer England as well.
"I don't know too much, to be honest, at the moment. At present we are expecting the game to go ahead. Things are all fine in our camp. We are looking forward to the game," England vice captain Jos Buttler said.
Collingwood, however, remained hopeful of capitalising their chances and said they would not be scared of any total.
England assistant coach Paul Collingwood on how hosts bounced back after difficult Lord's Test defeat and whether Ashwin plays on their mind ahead of fourth Test at The Oval.
India vs England: Ollie Robinson credits James Anderson for helping him with wobble grip at Headingley
Robinson exploited the second new ball on the fourth morning en route splendid bowling figures of 26-6-65-5 as England drew level in the five match series with an innings and 76-run win.
Here are the key moments from Day 1 of the third Test between India and England at Headingley
Anderson's masterclass was on full display in an awe-inspiring spell of 8-5-6-3 with the new ball as England bowled India out for 78 after Virat Kohli opted to bat in the first Test here on Wednesday.
India vs England: Blown away in 3 hours and 52 minutes — Kohli and Co lack application on a day when patience was paramount
On a day when patience was the need of the hour, in challenging conditions, the Indian batsmen lacked application and crumbled to their third lowest total in England.
India took a 1-0 lead riding on Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Shami's unbroken 89 run partnership for the ninth wicket after England bowlers got carried away against the tailenders on fifth morning.
India vs England: James Anderson, English openers shine as Indians endure horror Day 1 at Headingley
India were shot out for a lowly 78 after opting to bat in the third Test at Headingley, before Haseeb Hameed and Rory Burns struck fifties to guide England to 120/0 at close of play.
India vs England: 'Should've bowled first', Twitterati react to India's 78 all out on Day 1 of third Test
Here's how Twitterati reacted after India were bowled out for 78 on Day 1 of the third Test.
India vs England: Players of both teams involved in heated exchange at Lord's Long Room, says report
Lord's Long Room is usually packed with MCC members and the two teams go their separate ways through different staircases to their dressing rooms.
India vs England: 'Felt he wasn't trying to get me out', James Anderson recalls Jasprit Bumrah's bouncers
Bumrah bowled a 10-ball over mostly comprising bouncers and one of them hit Anderson on the helmet. Words were exchanged following that incident and Anderson was not pleased about the Indian's tactics.
Mohammed Shami and Jasprit Bumrah scripted a sensational turnaround on the final day when they shared a record ninth wicket partnership of 89 runs to help India set a 272-run target, which England failed to achieve after being bowled out for 120.
India vs England: James Anderson's refusal to accept Jasprit Bumrah's apology 'ignited a fire' in everyone, says R Sridhar
Not all was well between the two teams on the field, as Jasprit Bumrah and James Anderson were involved in a heated exchange on Day three of the Test.
Rahul, who had re-entered the rankings in 56th position last week, had scored 129 in India's first innings against England to play a big role in his side's 151-run win.
For England, the Lord's Test match had problems aplenty, and even raised a few concerns in certain areas—top-order batting, the bowlers’ approach against Indian lower-order, and so on.
Rahane and Pujara were criticised for their slow approach on Day 4 of the Lord's Test, but their approach was right and the criticism was wrong.
England, who started day five of the Lord's Test in a strong position, eventually lost the game by 151 runs to a "brilliant" India.