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James Anderson is an English international cricketer

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James "Jimmy" Anderson, OBE (born 30 July 1982) is an English international cricketer who plays for Lancashire and England. Widely regarded as one of the greatest fast bowlers of his generation, Anderson holds the record of most wickets for England in both ODI cricket and Test cricket. Anderson is the only English bowler, and the 6th overall, to pass 500 Test wickets.

Anderson plays first-class cricket for Lancashire and since arriving on the international scene in 2002/03 (before his first full season of County cricket) has represented England in over 100 Test matches and nearly 200 One Day Internationals. He is England's all-time highest international wicket-taker when combined across all three formats, being the country's leading wicket taker in Test match and One-Day cricket. He and Joe Root posted the highest ever 10th-wicket batting partnership in the 1st Test of India's 2014 tour of England.

On 3 August 2017 Lancashire announced the Old Trafford Pavilion End would be renamed the James Anderson End. On 8 September 2017, during the third Test against the West Indies at Lords, Anderson became the first Englishman to reach 500 Test wickets.
Anderson was named as England Test Vice-captain after Ben Stokes was suspended indefinitely. Stokes was arrested in the early hours of the morning following the third ODI against West Indies at Bristol in September 2017 from an incident near a night club, at which teammate Alex Hales was also present.

Midway through the Ashes tour England Lions batsman Ben Duckett was suspended after pouring a drink over Anderson in a Perth bar. Although coach Trevor Bayliss described the incident as trivial, coming as it did after the Stokes affair and a head-butting incident between Cameron Bancroft and Jonny Bairstow, it seemed to confirm that England had off-field issues during the 2017-18 Ashes.

Anderson played all five Test matches in the Ashes but couldn't prevent his team losing control of the urn, with England slipping to a 4-0 series defeat. Despite the poor performance of the team as a whole, Anderson emerged with some considerable personal credit having returned figures of 17 wickets at an average of 27.82 over the Test series, including a haul of 5/43 in the 2nd innings of the day-night 2nd Test at Adelaide.

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