English pacer James Anderson had an unfortunate injury during the first Ashes Test this year which eventually ruled him out of the series and he is currently undergoing rehabilitation in order to return for the tours of New Zealand and South Africa.
The pacer has complained about the quality of pitches in this year’s Ashes as he feels that the pitches have helped the visitors more than the home side as they lacked grass and were more suited to the Aussies.
“I think they've probably suited Australia more than us. I would have liked to have seen a bit more grass but that's the nature of the game here. We go to Australia and get pitches that suit them. They come over here and get pitches that suit them. It doesn't seem quite right,” he said.