England's premier fast bowler, James Anderson is confident of making a comeback to International cricket after sustaining a stress fracture during the home series against Sri Lanka.
James Anderson, who missed out on the bus to the tour of Bangladesh is confident of being selected for the India tour. The pacer aggravated an injury to his left shoulder blade in June and yet played against Pakistan in July and August.
In an interview with ESPN Cricinfo the pacer said that he is fine now and feels that it was a frustrating injury.
"It's a frustrating injury where everything feels good, the rest of my body feels great, but as soon as I try to bowl I've got a bit of pain there.
I've got another scan in three weeks to see if it's healed enough for me to start bowling. I'm very confident I'm going to be involved in the India series," said Anderson.
Anderson is England's leading wicket-taker with 463 wickets in the five-day format and has an impressive record in the subcontinent with 22 wickets from 7 matches to his name. England will face India in a five-match Test series starting in Rajkot on November 9.
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