newscricket11 hours ago

James Anderson pulls out of squad for first-ever Test match against Ireland

James Anderson has been ruled out of the first Test match against Ireland which will be played at Lord’s after an MRI scan revealed that he has suffered a right calf tear. Anderson will now shift his focus on rehabilitation ahead of a challenging outing against arch-rivals Australia in the Ashes.
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newscricket12 hours ago

I feel pleased knowing that I can be picked for the Ashes series, says James Pattinson

After almost giving up on his international career, James Pattinson revealed that he is glad to know he is back in the reckoning for a spot in the Australian Test team for the upcoming Ashes series. Pattinson added that he is keen on replicating the playing style of James Anderson and Stuart Broad.
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newscricket2 days ago

If not Wednesday, I will work towards being fit for the Ashes, says James Anderson

James Anderson, who picked up a low grade calf muscle tear in a County match on July 2, said he is in the running to be fit for the Ashes if he cannot make it to the four-day contest against Ireland at Lord’s. However, Anderson has warned his teammates not to keep dwelling on the World Cup win.
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newscricket7 days ago

ICC World Cup 2019 | Ben Stokes asked the umpire to take back the four overthrow runs, claims James Anderson

English pacer James Anderson has stated that Ben stokes asked the umpires to take the four overthrow runs back in the last over of the World Cup final. The ball hit Stokes' bat as he dived for a second run and raced towards the boundary, and it eventually had a massive impact on the result. 
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newscricket20 days ago

Ashes 2019 | James Anderson under scanner after suffering calf injury in County Championship game

James Anderson has suffered a calf injury ahead of next month’s Ashes series after he was forced to leave the ground during a County Championship match with a calf injury on Tuesday. The 36-year-old pulled up on his run-up during Lancashire's match against Durham and was forced to leave the field.
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newscricket2 months ago

Used mints, sun cream, zip to alter ball condition, says Monty Panesar

Monty Panesar has made some shocking revelations by stating that he used mints, sun cream, and even the zip of his trouser pocket to alter the condition of the ball. The spinner has opened up about the same in his autobiography, ‘The Full Monty’, excerpts of which appeared in the Daily Mail.
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newscricket4 months ago

IPL 2019 | Once your action is complete, you cannot go down, and hit the stumps, says Ravichandran Ashwin

Delivering his statement on the controversial Jos Buttler Mankading, Ravichandran Ashwin has stated that once a bowler loads his action, he can’t go down and hit the stumps to effect a dismissal. The spinner has further added that he doesn’t do illegal stuff and is not regretting the Mankading.
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newscricket5 months ago

VIDEO | Ben Stokes stops game midway to flaunt his handstand

Ben Stokes has always prioritized his fitness and his incredible out-fielding is just the byproduct of the amount of effort he puts in the gym every day. Yesterday, he stopped the game making teammate James Anderson wait to flaunt his fitness and did a proper handwalk, stunning Rob Key on air.
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featurecricket10 months ago

India vs England | Winners and losers ft. Hanuma Vihari, Kuldeep Yadav, and James Anderson

And one of the finest series of the current era has come to an end with a lot of stories to ponder about. And so we are also back with our Winners and Losers series to tell you who gained what and who lost what in the final rubber at The Oval - a Test in which fortunes fluctuated far too many times.
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newscricket10 months ago

India vs England | I don't like looking too far ahead, says James Anderson

James Anderson has stated that his short sighted approach towards the game has kept him consistent enough to bowl well throughout his journey and he added that he doesn't think about retirement. He also spoke largely of Alastair Cook and said that he will miss their on and off-field interactions.
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