Latest Cricket News – England fast bowler James Anderson has been injured during a county match. Anderson County Lancashire Coach Glenn Chappell has said that Anderson will have to pass in the next few days.
According to the BBC report, during a one-day semi-final match against Hampshire, one shot of James Fuller went to Anderson’s knee during the match in the semi-final match. This forced him to leave the field. Chappell said, “The ball hit Anderson’s knee fast enough. I can not say, but it is definitely that they will suffer from this injury for the next few days. Physio will assess their condition. ‘
Anderson does not play ODI cricket anymore and due to this World Cup starting this month, England have not suffered any kind of damage. Anderson will now play for England in July in the Test series to be held in Ireland. After that he will take part in the historic Ashes series with Australia.