England fast bowler James Anderson expects Australia to continue peppering the touring tailenders with short-pitched deliveries in the remaining two Ashes tests and says he has no problems with that. Former England captain Michael Atherton has urged umpires to invoke cricket’s laws and protect England’s tailenders from Australia’s relentless “bodyline” bowling Down Under. Anderson was struck on the side of his helmet in the third test, which Australia won convincingly to take an unassailable 3-0 lead in the series, and…
BIRMINGGHAM: Azhar Ali said he had realised a "dream" in scoring his first Test century outside of Asia as England great James Anderson's frustration boiled over at Edgbaston.
NEW DELHI: The Indian cricket board (BCCI) is unhappy with a judicial commissioner's decision to clear England fast bowler James Anderson of a code of conduct breach and has written to the sport's governing body to express their disappointment.
SOUTHAMPTON, ENGLAND: England need six wickets on the final day to win the third test against India after a superb bowling performance helped them reduce the tourists to 112-4, still 333 runs short of victory, at the end of day four at Southampton on Wednesday.
LONDON: An initial hearing into an incident involving England quick bowler James Anderson and India's Ravindra Jadeja during last week's drawn first test in Nottingham will be held on Tuesday, the International Cricket Council has announced.
LONDON: The International Cricket Council (ICC) has charged English fast bowler James Anderson under Level 3 of the ICC Code of Conduct for misbehaving with Indian spin bowler Ravendra Jadega, ARY News reported Wednesday.