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England v Pakistan: James Anderson backed to return to form by Joe Root

BBC Sport Wednesday, 12 August 2020
England bowler James Anderson is backed by captain Joe Root to return to "the peak of his powers" before second Test against Pakistan.
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News video: James Anderson 'confident' for second Pakistan Test despite missing Ben Stokes

James Anderson 'confident' for second Pakistan Test despite missing Ben Stokes 01:08

England cricketer James Anderson speaks to the press ahead of his team'ssecond Test against Pakistan at the Ageas Bowl, Southampton, on ThursdayAugust 13.

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