James Anderson is already steeling himself for life as an England cricketer without his “idol” Alastair Cook by his side.
Glenn McGrath has questioned whether James Anderson’s record Test wicket haul for a fast bowler will ever be broken.
James Anderson had the perfect company out there on the pitch with him for the moment he became the world’s most successful pace bowler.
James Anderson struggled to control his emotions as he reflected on the moment he became the world’s most successful pace bowler and saw his great friend Alastair Cook end his international career.
James Anderson took his last opportunity of The Oval Test to claim a famous piece of history as he completed England’s 118-run victory by becoming the world’s most successful pace bowler ever.
Alastair Cook delighted The Oval crowd with a fairytale century in his final Test innings for England on a remarkable day of stellar career landmarks.
James Anderson has matched Glenn McGrath’s record for wickets by a fast bowler, having moved to 563 with his four wickets in the fifth Test against India.
England could only claim one wicket from the opening session as India reached 240 for seven at lunch on day three of the fifth Specsavers Test at The Oval.
Jos Buttler believes England have put themselves in control of the fifth and final Specsavers Test at The Oval.
Jos Buttler provided England’s seamers with the fresh impetus they needed on a hard-fought second day of the fifth Specsavers Test against India at The Oval.
Alastair Cook’s predecessor as England captain, Andrew Strauss, has said playing alongside his prolific former opening opener was the “the most special time” of his life.
England finally dismissed Virat Kohli just before tea on day four of the fourth Specsavers Test in Southampton to put themselves back on course for a series-sealing win.
James Anderson has Glenn McGrath’s record of 563 Test wickets by a fast bowler in his sights, having moved to 557.
England lost the third Specsavers Test by a mammoth 203 runs as India cut the hosts’ series lead to 2-1 with two to play.
England lost all 10 wickets in the afternoon session on day two of the third Specsavers Test with India at Trent Bridge.
Captain Joe Root saw his partners fall away as England lost three wickets in less than an hour after lunch on day two of the third Specsavers Test with India.
England were 46 without loss at lunch on day two of the third Specsavers Test after making short work of India’s tail.
James Anderson is on a hat-trick after England made short work of India’s final four first innings wickets.
England wicketkeeper Jonny Bairstow had the best seat in the house for James Anderson’s Lord’s masterclass and expects the seamer to push for a prestigious record at another happy hunting ground this week.
England have vindicated Trevor Bayliss’ confidence that they can set aside Ben Stokes’ absence and produce their A game against India.
Steve Smith is back on top of the world after Virat Kohli’s modest performance at Lord’s saw the banned Australia batsman return to top spot in the Test batting rankings.
Joe Root has every right to be optimistic “special commodity” James Anderson can stick around to keep helping England win Test matches after his nine wickets at Lord’s overwhelmed India.
Joe Root hopes “special commodity” James Anderson can stick around to keep helping England win Test matches after his nine wickets at Lord’s overwhelmed India.
Stuart Broad and James Anderson took charge as England surged into a 2-0 series lead with an innings-and-159-run victory over India in the rain-ravaged Lord’s Test.
Stuart Broad joined the party as England made further inroads into India’s second innings in the second Specsavers Test at Lord’s.
England have India on the rack in the second Specsavers Test at Lord’s as rain brought an early lunch on day four.
James Anderson’s 100th Test wicket at Lord’s gave England a great start in their pursuit of victory on the fourth day of the second match of the series against India.
James Anderson admits he would have been furious if he had let India off the hook in perfect conditions after helping to bowl them out for 107 at Lord’s.
James Anderson needs just one more wicket to become the first to reach 100 at Lord’s after England piled on the pressure in the rain-ravaged second Specsavers Test.
England removed Virat Kohli as the highlight of a profitable final session that saw India reduced to 69 for six in the stop-start second day of a rain-ravaged second Specsavers Test.