England paceman James Anderson will step up his restoration from a calf harm at a specialist tempo bowling camp in Potchefstroom forward of a four-Check sequence in South Africa beginning subsequent month, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has stated.
Anderson, England’s prime Check wicket-taker with 575 victims, sustained the harm taking part in for Lancashire in July and managed solely 4 overs within the opening Ashes Check towards Australia earlier than being dominated out of the sequence.
The 37-year-old was additionally dominated out of England’s ongoing two-Check sequence in New Zealand however is hopeful of constructing a comeback for the primary match towards South Africa beginning December 26.
Anderson had earlier swapped the cricket nets for the services on the coaching floor of Premier League champions Manchester Metropolis to assist his restoration.
He can be joined on the December 1-14 camp in South Africa by fellow seamers Mark Wooden, Olly Stone, Craig Overton and Ollie Robinson in addition to wicketkeeper Jonny Bairstow.
Batsmen Will Jacks, James Bracey, Dan Lawrence, Keaton Jennings and Sam Hain and spinners Dom Bess, Mason Crane and Amar Virdi will attend one other specialist camp in Mumbai beginning Nov. 26.