James Anderson, the fastest bowler on the road to becoming England’s most Test player, said most of the players will be reversed in the five-Test series against India. Go through the policy, because there is not much opportunity to rest between matches.
Anderson is the highest Test wicket taker in the world. He has taken 614 wickets in 160 matches to his name and may soon become the most Test-playing cricketer in England. This record is currently named after Alastair Cook (161). Anderson will be turning 39 in July. Regarding the famous rotation policy of the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB), Anderson said, ‘There is very little rest between the five Tests against India and therefore a different strategy can be adopted. In such a situation, the players can relax, making them more indoors.
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England will play a Test series against New Zealand from June 2, followed by a five-match series against India. According to ESPN Cricinfo, “The amount of cricket we play in the winter and how much time we spend in the biofuel (biofilm environment) is a policy of rotation,” Anderson said. He said, ‘This may change a little bit this summer. If everything goes well we can play a little more comfortably. We don’t have to live in a biological bubble like the last 12 months. In such a situation, there may not be many reasons for players to relax.
However, Anderson wants to play all seven Tests this summer. He said, ‘Yeah, I want to play all seven Tests this summer. There are five Tests against India and two from New Zealand before that. After that there will be Ashes. So, we want to start this session well. Anderson said, “So if we choose our strongest team, we (Anderson and Stuart Broad) will join and we want to handle the new ball together.”
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“We sent messages to each other saying it would be good if we both played together,” he said. Its decision depends entirely on the leader and the coach. Anderson only needs eight wickets to complete 1000 wickets in class cricket. He said, ‘1000 wickets seems too much. At present I do not know how many wickets can be taken in first class cricket. With so much cricket going on, bowlers’ careers don’t take long. In addition, plenty of T20 cricket is also being played.