Before the pink ball test, James Anderson warned Australia, said: will return as India

England pacemaker James Anderson raised the morale of his teammates ahead of the second Ash Test that began at the Adelaide Oval on Thursday, telling how India won the Border-Gavaskar Trophy 2-1 in Australia earlier in this year. in the same way we can also return.

England are trailing 0-1 in the five-round series after losing the Brisbane round by nine wickets. Let us inform you that India won the series 2-1 on their Australian tour having done their best for just 36 runs in the first round of the four-match test series.

Anderson wrote in The Telegraph on Wednesday: “Here (Australia), India was out by 36, but they still made a great comeback and won the series. So we know it is possible. With hard work, the mistakes made with the bat will have to be corrected. “

Anderson further wrote: “We know we did not do well in Brisbane and all I can say is that things will be different this time. We have potentially better players than the opposition, who have recently traveled to Australia. They are trying to achieve. Everyone knows. his role in the team and we know we can beat Australia. “

The 39-year-old expressed his disappointment at not playing the first test. He said: “It was very disappointing not to play the first test. When I saw the field, I really wanted to go bowling. You would love to play locksmith on such a field. Stuart Broad was eager to play too. But it didn’t happen.”

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James Anderson, the leading ground grabber as a fast pitcher in Test cricket, said there was no point talking about the previous match as Broad had worked hard on the nets to prepare for the Adelaide Test.

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