James Anderson out of England's next two Tests but pace man likely to travel Bangladesh to continue recovery
Jimmy Anderson is set to miss the start of England’s hectic Test winter — although he remains likely to travel to Bangladesh to continue his rehabilitation from a shoulder injury.
Anderson will remain on the sidelines for the two-Test series against the Bangladeshis next month due to the problem that has niggled him for months.
England’s record wicket-taker developed a stress fracture of the right shoulder blade in midsummer, causing him to miss the Lord’s defeat that opened the 2-2 series draw with Pakistan.
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