James Anderson | James Anderson takes Seven Wickets Team India have to make Tight Strategies for England Test Series
Indian cricket team (file photo)
- India team is ready for test series
- India-England will be face to face from August 4
- Both the teams will play a five match test series.
After losing the final of the World Test Championship (WTC) against New Zealand, the Indian team has to play a five-match Test series in England. The series will start on August 4. This series is not going to be easy for India and they will have to face a tough challenge. England will get the benefit of home conditions, but their top fast bowler James Anderson will be the biggest threat to India. Anderson has recently bowled a slayer in the County Championship match and has already expressed his intentions. In such a situation, Team India will have to strategize carefully to stop Anderson, who took the highest Test wicket from England.
James Anderson rained wickets
Anderson is playing County Championship these days. He rained wickets for Lancashire against Kent Cricket Club and put up the best performance of his first-class career. Anderson took 7 wickets in his innings by spending just 19 runs. Earlier his best bowling performance was 7 for 42. Anderson also scored the feat of taking one thousand wickets in first-class cricket. He became Hazari as soon as he took the fifth wicket in the innings. His 1000th victim became South African batsman Hino Kuhn. The rhythm that Anderson is currently in, he can create trouble for the Indian team.
This big record on Anderson’s target
Anderson is on the verge of making a big record in Test cricket. He needs just three wickets in the series against India and will move up to the third spot in the list of bowlers with the most wickets in Tests. Anderson will overtake former India’s legendary spinner Anil Kumble (619). Anderson has so far taken 617 wickets in 162 Test matches. Let us tell you that former Sri Lankan spinner Muttiah Muralitharan is the highest Test wicket-taker bowler. He took 800 wickets in his Test career. He is followed by former Australian spinner Shane Warne, who took 708 to his name.
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