Anderson said that in order to play the next Ashes in Australia he will have to miss some odd games here & there. England pacer Anderson has said that he wants to be around to play the next Ashes in Australia.
“Looking at the bigger picture, I want to be around when we go to Australia for the next Ashes, so to be able to do that, I’ve certainly got to do things slightly differently,” media quoted Anderson as saying. “It might mean missing the odd game here or there to make sure that I’m in the best possible situation. I want to keep bowling and keep my form, but I also want to look after my body as much as I can as well. I’m a bit more open to it now than I was, say, two or three years ago,” he added.
Anderson has played the first Test against the West Indies but he took rest for the second Test match. Now England’s management team has a severe headache as they have 5-6 bowlers to choose from for the final test match with the Windies. The 37 year old Anderson has played 152 Tests till date & has managed to grab 587 wickets. He is the fourth wicket-taker in the Test Cricket.
Currently England Vs West Indies series is leveled at 1-1. If England wants to win the Wisden Trophy then the team needs to win the final test of the series. The third and final Test will be played at Manchester from Friday, July 24.