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England v Pakistan: James Anderson says Joe Root wants him to tour Australia in 2021-22

BBC News Tuesday, 25 August 2020
James Anderson says he has been told by England captain Joe Root that he wants him to tour Australia for the next Ashes series in 2021-22.
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