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England's bowling attack is driving them to success in the one day and Test format, Sir Ian Botham told Sky Sports.
Alastair Cook says England are lucky to have James Anderson after watching the fast bowler become the country's top ODI wicket-taker.
James Anderson overtook Darren Gough as England's leading wicket taker in one-day internationals during the 48-run win over Australia at the Champions Trophy. We take a look back at the major moments in the seamer's career...
James Anderson became his country's leading ODI wicket taker as England opened their Champions Trophy campaign with a 48-run victory over Australia at Edgbaston.
England ended a 24-year wait for Ashes success in Australia with an incredible 3-1 series victory in 2010-11.
Sir Ian Botham expects James Anderson to go far beyond his England record haul of 383 Test wickets.
Lancashire seamer James Anderson on Friday joined the exclusive club of players to take 300 Test wickets. Here we look at some of his most memorable performances.
James Anderson became the fourth Englishman to take 300 Test wickets as New Zealand closed day two of the series opener at Lord's on 152-4.
James Anderson will begin the Test summer of 2013 with a sense of impending history weighing perhaps just a little uncomfortably on his shoulders.
Stuart Broad was delighted to return to form as England made New Zealand follow-on on day three at Wellington's Basin Reserve.
James Anderson has no intention of retiring from any form of cricket and has his sights set on Ian Botham's Test wickets record.
James Anderson is keen to set the record straight for more than one reason when England take on New Zealand in the second one-day international in Napier.
England bowler James Anderson already has one eye on next year's Ashes after returning home following their triumphant series success in India.
Chris Woakes and Jos Buttler have been called into England's one-day squad to face India to replace James Anderson and Jonathan Trott.
Graeme Swann singled out the afternoon session on the fourth day as pivotal in England's seven-wicket win over India in the third Test.
James Anderson has leapt to the defence of fellow England seamer Stuart Broad and tipped him to come good in the remaining two Tests in India.
Stuart Broad and Steven Finn are doubts for next week's first Test and will miss England's final warm-up match against Haryana which starts on Thursday.
James Anderson was impressed by the performance of England team-mate Samit Patel during the tour opener in India.
James Anderson insists England are relishing the "huge challenge" of retaining the No.1 Test ranking against South Africa.
Andrew Strauss admits Stuart Broad has a chance of playing in the final Test, while defending the decision to rest Jimmy Anderson.
Sir Ian Botham says England's selectors should not change the team for the ICC Champions Trophy Final after their emphatic win over South Africa.
Former skipper Andrew Strauss says England can pull off an ICC Champions Trophy-Ashes triple.
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