English paceman James Anderson, who played an important role in Red Ball cricket for his team, expects to fully recover before the Ashes series, which begins on August 1st.
Anderson, who turns 37 this month, suffered an “inferior calf muscle tear” on July 2 during a County Championship game.
English selector Ed Smith talked about Anderson’s situation and said, “He has a little break, now he has played a lot of cricket and has been a key protagonist in one of the great sports stories, and he will get any medical help we can.” Admit that he has every opportunity to be fit as soon as possible. “
In front of the ashes, a four-day test at Lord’s will begin in England starting on July 24th. Anderson admitted that he felt good, but his participation against the Irish would all lead to his fitness.
“We’ll meet on Monday and I’m fine for the moment,” Anderson told the BBC. “I’ll keep pouring and we’ll monitor it, if it’s Wednesday and I’m ready to play, it’s great, but if not, I’ll work to be fit for the ashes.”
The Paceman also reflected on the triumph of the men’s British Cricket World Cup in 2019, adding that his team now has to focus on the upcoming test assignments.
“It’s a really exciting time for English cricket, I think it was an amazing final and the response was phenomenal,” he said.
“It’s time to focus on test cricket again, we are aware of the dangers that the Australian Test Cricket Team brings, so we need to focus fully on that, and we can not afford to go to the To hold onto the world. ” Cup victory. It is our job as an English cricketer to continue this momentum and hopefully an Ashes victory will succeed. “