England in trouble as James Anderson suffers injury ahead of Ashes

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James Anderson has reported that is suffering from a groian strain. The Ashes is going to happen in England this time. Anderson’s injury is a great headache for Ben Stokes and his teammates. Ashes is just a month away to start. Australia will face the Indian team ahead of the Ashes in the World Test Championship Final. While playing for Lancashire, Anderson left the field after bowling 14 over on the first day of the test match. The later did not return for the rest of the match. According to the scans, there is a evidence of a mild strain to his right groin.

Importance of James Anderson in England test team

James Anderson is the England’s best-ever fast bowler in the test cricket format. England will start their summer with the test match against Ireland on June 1st. It is most likely that the fast bowler will not be part of the squad in Ireland’s match. There is no better love story than injuries and fast bowlers, that is same with the England’s pacers. Jofra Archer returned back home without playing all the matches of the Indian Premier League. He is suffering elbow injuring for a very long time now. Even though, he made a comeback in the England’s white-ball team in this March. Archer won’t take part in the Ashes or the Ireland as they need him for the World Cup later this year.

England and Stokes had a plan of bringing in Stone into the fast bowling unit. However, he is also suffering from hamstring issues.

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