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ENG VS IND: James Anderson Believes He’ll Play In The Rescheduled Test Against India

ENG VS IND: James Anderson, a senior pacer for England, has made suggestions that he will join the team for the rescheduled fifth Test against India after sitting out the series’ final Test against New Zealand.

Due to an ankle injury, Anderson was unable to participate in the third Test of the three-match series at Headingley, Leeds, but he anticipates returning for the Edgbaston match, which is scheduled to start on July 1. Anderson was temporarily removed from the Test scenario until Ben Stokes assumed the captaincy and recalled him to the team.

In the first innings of the first Test against New Zealand, Anderson made a triumphant comeback by taking four wickets. Notably, Anderson is a legendary player and the third-highest wicket-taker in the Test format. After defeating New Zealand 3-0 to win the series, the English squad will now try to emulate such feats of valor against India.

If Anderson is cleared to play, England’s prospects of overcoming COVID-stricken India at home will be greatly increased. The 39-year-old stated he detests missing games and anticipates being well enough to participate in the fifth postponed Test.

ENG VS IND: I Hope I Can Play Against India- James Anderson

ENG VS IND: James Anderson Believes He'll Play In The Rescheduled Test Against India
ENG VS IND: James Anderson Believes He’ll Play In The Rescheduled Test Against India

To date, Anderson has played in 171 Test matches and claimed 651 wickets in the format. He took 11 wickets in just two matches against New Zealand in the just-completed series, and he significantly contributed to dismantling the opposition’s batting order.

Providing an update on his injury, the senior pro remarked. Missing the final game was upsetting because I could see the players enjoying themselves and playing well. I’ll cross my fingers and hope I can return this week.

I still have a couple of days of practice left, but the ankle feels fine. I’m hoping to be good for Friday if I can accomplish that. We’ll wait and see.

“I hate missing games. After that game at Headingly, the feeling around the group is so good that you want to be around it as much as possible. I certainly feel I’ve got more of a smile on my face in the field than I normally do. It’s so much fun playing with this group in the style we have been.” James Anderson.

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ENG VS IND: England VS India 5th Test Match Preview

The fifth and final Test match, which was originally scheduled for last year, will now take place as part of India’s upcoming tour of England. The crucial match will begin on Friday, July 1, at the Edgbaston in Birmingham.

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Before the series was called off due to inconclusiveness, India put in a terrific effort and seized a 2-1 lead. Therefore, the Three Lions need a victory to tie the series at 2-2 and claim a share of the trophy, while the visitors only need to avoid a loss to win the trophy. Both teams’ squads and coaching staffs have undergone significant changes heading into the final Test.

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In their previous match, the Indian team was captained by Virat Kohli, and Ravi Shastri served as the team’s head coach. This time, Rohit Sharma will serve as the team’s captain, while Rahul Dravid will serve as the team’s head coach. But Rohit’s Covid-19 test results will determine whether or not he can play in the match.

ENG VS IND: James Anderson, a senior pacer for England, has made suggestions that he will join the team for the rescheduled fifth Test against India after sitting out the series’ final Test against New Zealand.

Due to an ankle injury, Anderson was unable to participate in the third Test of the three-match series at Headingley, Leeds, but he anticipates returning for the Edgbaston match, which is scheduled to start on July 1. Anderson was temporarily removed from the Test scenario until Ben Stokes assumed the captaincy and recalled him to the team.

In the first innings of the first Test against New Zealand, Anderson made a triumphant comeback by taking four wickets. Notably, Anderson is a legendary player and the third-highest wicket-taker in the Test format. After defeating New Zealand 3-0 to win the series, the English squad will now try to emulate such feats of valor against India.

If Anderson is cleared to play, England’s prospects of overcoming COVID-stricken India at home will be greatly increased. The 39-year-old stated he detests missing games and anticipates being well enough to participate in the fifth postponed Test.

ENG VS IND: I Hope I Can Play Against India- James Anderson

ENG VS IND: James Anderson Believes He'll Play In The Rescheduled Test Against India
ENG VS IND: James Anderson Believes He’ll Play In The Rescheduled Test Against India

To date, Anderson has played in 171 Test matches and claimed 651 wickets in the format. He took 11 wickets in just two matches against New Zealand in the just-completed series, and he significantly contributed to dismantling the opposition’s batting order.

Providing an update on his injury, the senior pro remarked. Missing the final game was upsetting because I could see the players enjoying themselves and playing well. I’ll cross my fingers and hope I can return this week.

I still have a couple of days of practice left, but the ankle feels fine. I’m hoping to be good for Friday if I can accomplish that. We’ll wait and see.

“I hate missing games. After that game at Headingly, the feeling around the group is so good that you want to be around it as much as possible. I certainly feel I’ve got more of a smile on my face in the field than I normally do. It’s so much fun playing with this group in the style we have been.” James Anderson.

READ MORE: Pakistani Bowling Coach Shaun Tait Praised Shaheen Shah Afridi’s Bowling

ENG VS IND: England VS India 5th Test Match Preview

The fifth and final Test match, which was originally scheduled for last year, will now take place as part of India’s upcoming tour of England. The crucial match will begin on Friday, July 1, at the Edgbaston in Birmingham.

Before the series was called off due to inconclusiveness, India put in a terrific effort and seized a 2-1 lead. Therefore, the Three Lions need a victory to tie the series at 2-2 and claim a share of the trophy, while the visitors only need to avoid a loss to win the trophy. Both teams’ squads and coaching staffs have undergone significant changes heading into the final Test.

In their previous match, the Indian team was captained by Virat Kohli, and Ravi Shastri served as the team’s head coach. This time, Rohit Sharma will serve as the team’s captain, while Rahul Dravid will serve as the team’s head coach. But Rohit’s Covid-19 test results will determine whether or not he can play in the match.

ENG VS IND: James Anderson, a senior pacer for England, has made suggestions that he will join the team for the rescheduled fifth Test against India after sitting out the series’ final Test against New Zealand.

Due to an ankle injury, Anderson was unable to participate in the third Test of the three-match series at Headingley, Leeds, but he anticipates returning for the Edgbaston match, which is scheduled to start on July 1. Anderson was temporarily removed from the Test scenario until Ben Stokes assumed the captaincy and recalled him to the team.

In the first innings of the first Test against New Zealand, Anderson made a triumphant comeback by taking four wickets. Notably, Anderson is a legendary player and the third-highest wicket-taker in the Test format. After defeating New Zealand 3-0 to win the series, the English squad will now try to emulate such feats of valor against India.

If Anderson is cleared to play, England’s prospects of overcoming COVID-stricken India at home will be greatly increased. The 39-year-old stated he detests missing games and anticipates being well enough to participate in the fifth postponed Test.

ENG VS IND: I Hope I Can Play Against India- James Anderson

ENG VS IND: James Anderson Believes He'll Play In The Rescheduled Test Against India
ENG VS IND: James Anderson Believes He’ll Play In The Rescheduled Test Against India

To date, Anderson has played in 171 Test matches and claimed 651 wickets in the format. He took 11 wickets in just two matches against New Zealand in the just-completed series, and he significantly contributed to dismantling the opposition’s batting order.

Providing an update on his injury, the senior pro remarked. Missing the final game was upsetting because I could see the players enjoying themselves and playing well. I’ll cross my fingers and hope I can return this week.

I still have a couple of days of practice left, but the ankle feels fine. I’m hoping to be good for Friday if I can accomplish that. We’ll wait and see.

“I hate missing games. After that game at Headingly, the feeling around the group is so good that you want to be around it as much as possible. I certainly feel I’ve got more of a smile on my face in the field than I normally do. It’s so much fun playing with this group in the style we have been.” James Anderson.

READ MORE: Pakistani Bowling Coach Shaun Tait Praised Shaheen Shah Afridi’s Bowling

ENG VS IND: England VS India 5th Test Match Preview

The fifth and final Test match, which was originally scheduled for last year, will now take place as part of India’s upcoming tour of England. The crucial match will begin on Friday, July 1, at the Edgbaston in Birmingham.

Before the series was called off due to inconclusiveness, India put in a terrific effort and seized a 2-1 lead. Therefore, the Three Lions need a victory to tie the series at 2-2 and claim a share of the trophy, while the visitors only need to avoid a loss to win the trophy. Both teams’ squads and coaching staffs have undergone significant changes heading into the final Test.

In their previous match, the Indian team was captained by Virat Kohli, and Ravi Shastri served as the team’s head coach. This time, Rohit Sharma will serve as the team’s captain, while Rahul Dravid will serve as the team’s head coach. But Rohit’s Covid-19 test results will determine whether or not he can play in the match.

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