James Anderson to retire after India series!

Lords, 30/8: Experienced pacer James Anderson is one of the great fast bowlers in the world. Even at the age of 39, he bowls in a strong style and has the ability to trouble the biggest batsmen with his swing balls. Meanwhile, former England fast bowler Steve Harmison has said that ‘Swing King’ Anderson will retire after the five-match series against India.

Anderson has 13 wickets in three Tests so far and he seems to be in good form. He has constantly troubled India’s top-order batsmen in the series. The fifth Test against India will be played at Anderson’s home ground at Old Trafford and Harmison believes the 39-year-old will be right to take the retirement decision in front of the home crowd. The veteran fast bowler, however, has said in several of his interviews that he will be seen playing in the Ashes series which will start on December 8.

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