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James Anderson is determined that the coronavirus will not end his career as he focuses on keeping fit by taking part in "virtual" training sessions with his team-mates.
A rib injury has ruled out James Anderson from the last two Tests of the series against the Proteas.
James Anderson completed a five-wicket haul and Ben Stokes set an England catching record before England stretched their lead during the second Test at Newlands.
England fast bowler James Anderson admitted that he is "not up to match speed yet", just a week out from the first Test against South Africa.
Fit-again James Anderson, the leading pace wicket-taker in history, spices up England’s bid to retain the Basil D’Oliveira Trophy in SA soon, writes Rob Houwing.
Former world No 1 James Anderson will continue his rehabilitation at a specialist pace bowling camp in South Africa next month.
Michael Vaughan believes the time has come for England to break up their experienced new-ball partnership between James Anderson and Stuart Broad.
England paceman James Anderson has been ruled out of the remainder of the Ashes series, the England and Wales Cricket Board announced.
England's record wicket taker James Anderson is determined to return to the team before the Ashes series with Australia ends.
Australia great Glenn McGrath believes the form of England spearhead James Anderson could determine the course of the Ashes.
England fast bowler James Anderson fears the global coronavirus pandemic could see the domestic and international season abandoned completely.
James Anderson set another bowling record at Newlands but kept his praise for England's batsmen in the second Test against South Africa.
England took a 46-run first innings lead when South Africa were bowled out for 223 on the third day of the second Test at Newlands.
England fast bowler James Anderson bowled 11 overs and picked up a wicket in his first outing after more than four months out of action through injury.
England seamer James Anderson says that he is as hungry as ever to return to the international fold as he continues his recovery from a injury.
England pace bowler James Anderson has revealed he is "progressing nicely" as he steps up his return from a calf injury.
England paceman James Anderson is willing to try a vegan diet as he plots how to extend his career long enough to return to the top of the bowling rankings.
England's record wicket taker James Anderson is determined to return to the team before the Ashes series with Australia ends in September.
James Anderson has been ruled out of the second Ashes Test, with England uncertain when he will be fit to return from an injured right calf.
James Anderson and Stuart Broad hold the key to England's bid to reclaim the Ashes, according to their former team-mate Steve Harmison.
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