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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.
James Anderson and Stuart Broad hold the key to England's bid to reclaim the Ashes, according to their former team-mate Steve Harmison.
James Anderson believes he will be ready in time for England's opening Ashes Test against Australia at Edgbaston next month.
England great James Anderson was forced to leave the field with a calf injury while bowling for Lancashire in their County Championship match against Durham.
England spearhead James Anderson could be in for a "painful few days" after suffering a knee injury while on county duty.
England's star speedster James Anderson reached a Test bowling milestone he's unlikely to have been aware of when dismissing West Indian opener John Campbell.
ames Anderson claimed an England record-equalling 27th Test five-wicket haul as the West Indies were bowled out for 289 in the first Test in Barbados.
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 has been ruled out of England's four-day Test against Ireland at Lord's due to a right calf injury.
England's James Anderson has just under a month to prove his fitness for the first Ashes Test against Australia after suffering a "low-grade calf muscle tear".
James Anderson could be in for a "painful few days" according to Lancashire coach Glen Chapple after suffering a knee injury while on county duty.
England paceman James Anderson says he as good as ever feeling good and has no immediate plans to retire from the game.
James Anderson was at his destructive best in blowing away the West Indies top-order batting to put England on course for a massive victory in St Lucia.
James Anderson spearheaded a late England assault with the second new ball to reduce the West Indies to 264 for eight at stumps on the opening day of the first Test.
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