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James Anderson ruled out of series openerwith a calf strain

India Blooms News Service | | 24 Dec 2015, 06:01 pm
Durban, Dec 24 (IBNS) England and Wales Cricket Board on Thursday announced that senior pacer James Anderson has been ruled out from the first Test against South Africa with a calf strain.

"Scans on Anderson’s right calf on Tuesday confirmed he will miss the series opener in Durban, but England’s leading Test wicket-taker is hoping to be fit for the second Test in Cape Town on January 2," the England and Wales Cricket Board website said.

Head Coach Trevor Bayliss was quoted as saying on the website: "From Stuart's point of view we've got an obvious replacement as leader of the attack there and I'm sure he would show that he could handle that as he did against Australia in the fourth Test."

"It's always a concern if your leading bowler or leading batter misses a game, but the last time Jimmy missed one we did pretty well so you never know," he said.