James Anderson

  • Jadeja incident helped me: James Anderson Yesterday

    London: The series against India has taught England pace spearhead James Anderson a lesson or two. Instead of being aggressive with his attitude and mouth, Anderson now prefers to let the ball do all the talking. Anderson, who was involved with an altercation with India all-rounder Ravindra Jadeja in the first...
  • Still no cure for Team India's travel sickness 2 days ago

    London: 'Tigers at home, pussycats abroad', has long been said about India's cricketers. It is one that will be repeated after India's 3-1 defeat by England in a five-match Test series finished with a colossal innings and 244-run loss at The Oval on Sunday that culminated in the tourists collapsing to...
  • India's shocking batting stats in last four innings: 63/6, 66/6, 44/6, 62/6 2 days ago

    Another batting disaster by the Indian batsmen once again illustrated the fact that the top order haven't learnt anything from their previous outings on the ongoing tour. The visitors have not crossed the 200-run mark in the previous four innings and surely have made a habit of losing five to...
  • India humiliated yet again as England decimate Dhoni & Co. to win Test series 3-1 2 days ago

    England wrapped up the five-match Test series 3-1 with a huge innings and 244-run victory on day three at The Oval on Sunday. Team India's win at Lord's seemed a distant memory as they were humiliated once again and had no answer to England's pace attack. India, faced with a...
  • We used the conditions very well, says England pacer Chris Woakes 4 days ago

    London: England bundled out India for a paltry 148 to take the upperhand on the very first day of the fifth and final Test, and medium pacer Chris Woakes said the home team bowlers used the seaming conditions at The Oval to perfection. After dismissing India in only 61.1 overs, England...
  • 5th Test: Full marks to MS Dhoni, not India 4 days ago

    London: It was at least a 275 wicket, but India on Independence Day again made a mess of it by being bundled out for 148. It was, admittedly, a bad toss to lose, given the intermittent rain than has bathed London this week, thereby leaving residual moisture on a pitch with...
  • 5th Test: England in a commanding position after bowling out India for 148 4 days ago

    After a humiliating defeat at Old Trafford, Indian batting saw another collapse at The Oval. England pacers toppled the Indian batting with wickets at regular intervals and India were all out for a mere 148 in the first innings of the fifth and final Test on Friday. In reply, openers...
  • 5th Test: India's horror show with the bat continues in England 4 days ago

    After suffering back-to-back defeats at the hands of England in Southampton and Old Trafford, India witnessed another batting collapse in the must-win fifth Test at The Oval on Friday. Although India's collapse was not quite as dramatic as when they slumped to eight for four in the last Test. England...
  • We will continue with our five-bowler strategy, says MS Dhoni 5 days ago

    London: Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni has once again reiterated that he will not deviate from his strategy of playing five bowlers ahead of the fifth and final Test against England starting Friday. With hero of the Lord's Test match Ishant Sharma already declared fit, the India captain has decided to...
  • James Anderson at par with world No.1 Dale Steyn, says Cook 5 days ago

    England fast bowler James Anderson ranks alongside South Africa's world No. 1 Dale Steyn and possesses more skill, his captain Alastair Cook said on the eve of the fifth test against India. Anderson needs eight wickets to move past Ian Botham's English Test record of 383 and whether or not he...
  • James Anderson crossed the line of respect: Former England skipper 6 days ago

    London: As the storm settles down over the spat between Ravindra Jadeja and James Anderson, former England captain Mike Brearley has said that the pacer should be encouraged to harness his aggression but not at the expense of respect. Brearley, writing in his column for The Times, said Anderson is not...
  • Batsmen capitulate as India lose at Old Trafford August 10, 2014

    Indian batsmen failed to survive the session after tea and lost the fourth Test to England by an innings and 54 runs. ...
  • England upbeat over Broad despite broken nose August 10, 2014

    Manchester: England expect Stuart Broad will be fit to play in the fifth and final Test against India at The Oval next week despite confirming the paceman had suffered a broken nose in their fourth Test win at Old Trafford. "X-rays confirm a fractured nose," an England and Wales Cricket Board...
  • 4th Test: India crumble to a humiliating innings defeat at Old Trafford August 9, 2014

    Team India produced yet another horrible batting performance as they were crushed to a humiliating loss in the fourth Test by the hands of England at Old Trafford in Manchester on Saturday. Moeen Ali picked four for 39 as India were humiliated by an innings and 54 runs in the...
  • Bowlers made good use of the conditions, says Broad August 8, 2014

    Manchester: England allrounder Stuart Broad has said that their bowling attack made good use of the conditions after losing the toss and they now need to bat India out of the game. The visitors were bowled out for 152 runs on day one and England reached 113 for 3 in reply...
  • Rahul Dravid questions no punishment in Anderson-Jadeja row August 8, 2014

    Manchester: Former India skipper Rahul Dravid has slammed the 'not guilty' verdict given to James Anderson in the 'pushgate' incident and said the administrators of the game have sent out a "wrong message" by letting off the England pacer without any punishment. Dravid has said that Anderson, who allegedly pushed Ravindra...
  • 4th Test: India's surrender for 152 gives England control on day one August 8, 2014

    Stuart Broad's six-wicket haul led England's decimation of India, which saw the visitors bundled out for a paltry 152 and hand the hosts a big advantage on the opening day of the fourth Test at Manchester. MS Dhoni's decision to bat despite overcast conditions, which delayed start by 30 minutes due...
  • 4th Test: India suffer stunning collapse against England on Day 1 August 7, 2014

    Manchester: India collapsed spectacularly, losing four wickets with just eight runs on the board in six overs, at the start of the fourth Test against England at Old Trafford on Thursday. Mahendra Singh Dhoni, the Indian captain, won the toss and elected to bat despite the overcast conditions, but the number...
  • Live Score, 4th Test: India bat; Ashwin, Gambhir, Aaron in playing XI August 7, 2014

    (For ball-by-ball commentary scroll down to the bottom of the page) England face the welcome problem of dealing with the consequences of winning ahead of the fourth Test against India at Old Trafford. Victory by the huge margin of 266 runs in the third Test at Southampton last week saw England...
  • BCCI to seek revamp of ICC Code of Conduct: Sanjay Patel August 7, 2014

    Mumbai: As James Anderson escaped any sort of censure for the 'pushgate' incident involving him and Ravindra Jadeja, the Indian cricket board (BCCI) feels it is time that the ICC Code of Conduct undergoes a complete revamp. "As I see it the ICC Code of Conduct needs to be revamped or...
  • James Anderson should carry on sledging India, says Michael Vaughan August 6, 2014

    Manchester: Former England skipper Michael Vaughan has not only defended pacer James Anderson in the Ravindra Jadeja incident but also suggested that the pace spearhead should carry on with his sledging at Old Trafford without giving India any chance to report him again. "At Old Trafford I would say to Jimmy...
  • ICC rejects BCCI's plea August 6, 2014

    The ICC has decided not to appeal against the not guilty verdict handed to James Anderson and Ravindra Jadeja in the pushing case from first Test at Trent Bridge in the ongoing five-match series. ...
  • I did what I thought was right: MS Dhoni on Anderson-Jadeja spat August 6, 2014

    Manchester: Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni on Wednesday came out fighting once again in the James Anderson-Ravindra Jadeja case, firmly stating that he stands by what he said during the whole saga and that they brought forward "something that was unacceptable". Ahead of the fourth Test against England at Old Trafford,...
  • India should put the Anderson controversy behind, says Gavaskar August 6, 2014

    New Delhi: Former India skipper Sunil Gavaskar on Wednesday said that India should put behind the James Anderson fracas behind and focus on the fourth Test against England, starting at Manchester on Thursday. "I have always believed that it should be the bat and the ball that should talk on the...
  • James Anderson has no need to change aggressive style: Alastair Cook August 6, 2014

    Paceman James Anderson has no need to tone down his aggression when England and India renew their rivalry in the fourth Test at Old Trafford on Thursday, according to Alastair Cook. The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Wednesday ruled out launching an appeal against the decision to clear the fast bowler...
  • ICC rejects BCCI's plea against the James Anderson verdict August 6, 2014

    The International Cricket Council (ICC) has decided not to appeal against the not guilty verdict handed to James Anderson and Ravindra Jadeja in the pushing case from first Test at Trent Bridge in the ongoing five-match series. After assessing the content of the decision, the ICC is satisfied with the reasons...
  • BCCI requests ICC to appeal Anderson's 'not-guilty' verdict August 5, 2014

    The BCCI has requested the ICC to appeal the verdict in the row between James Anderson and Ravindra Jadeja. ICC's judicial commissioner Gordon Lewis had found both the players not guilty due to lack of evidence and absence of any video footage of the incident that took place on July 10...
  • MS Dhoni said no to settling Jadeja issue with ECB August 5, 2014

    London: India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni shot down and consequently prevented the current manager of the touring party in England Sunil Dev from exploring a settlement with the managing director of the England & Wales Cricket Board (ECB) Paul Downton on the Anderson-Jadeja row. This has been gathered from a source...