Ashes series james anderson to miss first test against australia ecb england


Brisbane. James Anderson has been ruled out of the first Test due to injury. The Ashes series is going to start from 8th December. According to the information, Anderson has a severe injury and the management does not want to take any risk in view of the long series of 5 matches. Anderson has taken more than 1000 wickets in first class cricket. His record in Tests is also excellent. The first match of the series is to be held from 8 to 12 December at the Gabba Ground in Brisbane.

James Anderson His record in Tests has been excellent. He has so far taken 632 wickets in 166 matches at an average of 27. Has achieved the feat of taking 10 wickets 31 times and 3 times. He is the highest wicket-taker in Tests. He has taken 1018 wickets in 267 matches of first class. Gayle’s place in the first Test Chris Woakes may get a chance.

Took 104 wickets against Australia

James Anderson’s record against Australia is excellent. He has taken 104 wickets in 59 innings of 32 Tests at an average of 35. Took 5 wickets 5 times and 10 wickets once. 6 for 47 is his best performance. In such a situation, the absence of Anderson is also a relief for Australia. but all-rounder Ben Stokes Going to return from the series. The English team will get the benefit of this.

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Won 57 Tests out of 180, Lost in 95

The performance of England can be said to be satisfactory in overall Australia. The team has played 180 Tests there so far. He has won in 57, while losing in 95. 28 matches have been drawn. Australia The performance of the house has always been good. But Joe Root Currently running in excellent form. So they would like to reverse. On the other hand the new captain of the Kangaroo team Pat Cummins Would like to maintain this record.

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