The king who rules in the field James Anderson, the record Test wicket-taker is said to miss the beginning of the team tour’s in India, the obstacle being his ultimate recovery from injury of shoulders that continues to restrict him to join the field.
Anderson, swaying others with the record of 463 wickets in 119 matches played in this lifetime, expressed enough regret of not attending the match serious they recently won over Bangladesh. His left out got announced by the England and the Wales Cricket Board on Tuesday.
Whereas, ECB projects some hope saying, “It is hoped he will still play some part in the series” in India, the test which is declared to start on Nov 9 in Rajkot.
Furthermore, more matches will take place at areas including Vishakhapatnam Mohali, Mumbai and also Chennai. While, the win over Bangladesh in Chittagong, the second match rather the Final Test match is said to start in Dhaka, the capital on Friday.
However, the players of England enlisted for India’s upcoming Test series includes Alastair Cook as the captain, Jonny Bairstow, Jake Ball, Gary Balance, Ben Stokes, Chris Woakes, Moeen Ali, Zafar Ansari, Gareth Batty, Stuart Board, Adil Rashid and Joe Root.