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James Anderson And Stuart Broad Included in The England Test Squad

Veteran pacers James Anderson and Stuart Broad were on Wednesday included in the England Test squad led by new captain Ben Stokes.

James Anderson And Stuart Broad Included in The England Test Squad

A Dropped from the team for the West Indies tour

Anderson and Broad were dropping for the tour of the West Indies earlier in the year following their 0-4 Ashes defeat in Australia.

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But Anderson and Broad will return to England for next month’s three-Test series against New Zealand that will usher in a new era under the guidance of Stokes and new coach Brendon McCullum.

The opening Test of the series against defending Test champions New Zealand will begin on June 2 at Lord’s.

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James Anderson And Stuart Broad Included in The England Test Squad

Two new faces join in the form of Matthew Potts

In addition to the 39-year-old Anderson and 35-year-old Broad, the team includes two newcomers in Yorkshire batsman Harry Brooke and Durham pacer Matthew Potts.

Joe Root, who left the Test captaincy after the series loss against West Indies, was also including in the team.

The England cricket team has had a rough time in the past. With Root, coach Chris Silverwood and the director of cricket stepping down.

James Anderson And Stuart Broad Included in The England Test Squad

World Test Championship table by losing Tests

In addition, the team slipped to the bottom of the World Test Championship table. After losing the last four series and nine out of 14 Tests.

Rob Key, the new Managing Director of England Men’s Cricket. Said: “This will mark the beginning of a new era for our Test team under the captaincy of Ben Stokes. And under the guidance of Brendon McCullum.

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James Anderson And Stuart Broad Included in The England Test Squad

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“For the Test series against New Zealand next month. We have picked a team that has a mix of young and experienced players. ,

England announced on Wednesday that Australian coach Matthew Mott has been appointed on a four-year contract to guide limited-overs teams.

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