Veteran fast bowler James Anderson vows England will be “more positive, more aggressive, more entertaining” when they look to level the Ashes series at Lord’s next week.
James Anderson believes “nobody in the world” can cope with England at their best as they bid to regain the Ashes from arch-rivals Australia.
James Anderson has become the No 1-ranked men’s Test bowler at the age of 40.
Captain Ben Stokes says he doesn’t want to contemplate the day James Anderson and Stuart Broad aren’t playing for England.
England seamer James Anderson admits a tropical storm battering New Zealand will affect preparations for this week’s first Test but is looking forward to an exciting series.
It is better to be committed to having an identity than to having none like the Proteas do, writes RYAN VREDE.
James Anderson cannot wait to rejoin a “fearless” England team, unlike any he has known in two decades of international cricket, in this week’s long-delayed India series finale.
England cricket chiefs say they are determined to wring the maximum out of leading wicket-takers James Anderson and Stuart Broad.
England great James Anderson is still unable to make sense of his controversial omission from the recent tour of the West Indies.
England great James Anderson hopes his record-breaking international career has not been ended following his dramatic omission from the upcoming tour of the West Indies.
Andrew Strauss is adamant that James Anderson and Stuart Broad still have a future in Test cricket.
England put in a dominant all-round performance on day one of the third Test against India at Headingley, bowling the visitors out cheaply before ending the day’s play with a 42-run lead.
KL Rahul held firm after a flare-up with James Anderson to guide India into a narrow lead at lunch on the third day of the first Test against England at Trent Bridge on Friday.
James Anderson, at 38, is still one the best fast bowlers in Test cricket. Here’s a look at some of his best spells with the red ball.
Jimmy Anderson bowled one of the best overs ever seen in Test cricket, taking two wickets in four balls against India on day five.