Bangladesh all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan currently holds the record of scalping the most wickets in T20 World Cup history. Check the other star bowlers to feature in this article.
England’s Test team head coach Brendon McCullum has confirmed that both these bowlers will be seen playing in the Ashes 2023 as well.
James Anderson is already the leading Test wicket-taker among pacers with 664 wickets. In Test cricket, only Warne (708) and Muralitharan (800) have more dismissals than Anderson.
Zimbabwean all-rounder, Ryal Burl has now equaled the records of Tim Seifert and Ross Taylor, as he registered 34 runs in an over of T20I cricket. Check out in detail below.
Indian captain Jasprit Bumrah struck 35 runs against Stuart Broad in an over which is the most in the history of Test cricket.
Australian spinner Nathan Lyon enters into the list of Most Wickets in Test cricket history as he overtakes Indian legend Kapil Dev's tally of 434 Test wickets. Check out the detailed information in this article.
England vs India: 5th Rescheduled Test Full Preview, Lineups, Pitch Report, And Dream11 Team Prediction
India will take on the English brigade in the fifth rescheduled test match on July 1 from 3:00 PM onwards at the Edgbaston, Birmingham.
A report in Daily Mail has said that the 39-year-old James Anderson could miss the third Test more on account of taking rest rather than injury.
England will face New Zealand in the second Test of the series on June 10 from 3:30 PM onwards at the Trent Bridge, Nottingham.
Former England captains Michael Vaughan and Nasser Hussain have thrown their support behind all-rounder Ben Stokes to become the team's test captain after Joe Root stepped down on Friday.