After missing out on the West Indies series, James Anderson is keen to make a comeback
After being left out of England’s selection for the upcoming Test series against the West Indies, veteran England bowler James Anderson has finally spoken out. The 39-year-old is the third-most successful Test bowler in history, with 640 wickets to his name, and he has made a significant impact to England cricket. However, the ECB selectors were forced to make some important decisions after an 0-4 setback in the Ashes last month.
As a result, Anderson and Stuart Broad, two of England’s most effective bowlers, were dropped. Anderson will turn 40 in July, so it would be intriguing to see if he can make a comeback with the team. In response, the legendary cricketer remains upbeat and eager to continue serving the national squad. Anderson is upset about his firing, but he is determined to make a comeback.