England speedster James Anderson is in the twilight of his career, and the impending Test series against India will be one of the most important assignments as of now.

Experienced Anderson is the leading wicket-taker for England in the longest format. Anderson has always led from the front and produced some magical performances for England.

When he is in the team, England’s chances of winning have gone up quite rapidly. If Anderson hopes to increase his career for two more years then he needs to manage his workload well.

The England cricket should be careful in not overstraining the veteran fast bowler. Anderson as part of the English squad which drew a two-match Test series against Pakistan by a 1-1 margin. He bowled well and troubled the Pakistani batters.

However, Anderson was rested for the next-next weeks. He had felt a recurrence of the discomfort in the right shoulder. It has been troubling him for a long time.

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The speedster James Anderson was back in the Lancashire second XI against Nottinghamshire last weekend. He stated that his preparations have been really good for the Test series against India.

“My preparation has been really good. I have done a lot of work in the gym and have been bowling a lot in the last couple of weeks to try and get my fitness up,” Anderson told English media.

 

“There is also a championship game against Yorkshire this weekend and so yes, I am excited to get back to playing. It has been a while since the last Test against Pakistan, so I am feeling refreshed and looking to go again,” Anderson said.

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James Anderson stated Kuldeep Yadav could be a threat for the three Lions.

“Even at home, the conditions are going to be different in every game you play. So you have to adapt to those conditions as quickly as possible. We have seen with Kuldeep Yadav that there is still an element of surprise, at least in white ball cricket,” he concluded.