James Anderson & Mark Wood to visit bowling camp in South Africa
The leading Evaluation wicket-taker James Anderson of england will keep his recovery from injury in a professional speed bowling camp in South Africa.
He will be joined by fast bowler Mark Wood in an attempt to come back to fitness for the tour of South Africa, together with the first Test.
37, anderson, continued a calf injury in July and missed almost all of the Ashes series.
He’s not in England’s squad for the show in New Zealand.
The camp is just one of two the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) will operate as part of a”new approach” tailored for encouraging the individual requirements of England and Lions players.
Wood and anderson will soon be joined by fellow seamers Olly Stone, Craig Overton along with Ollie Robinson in Potchefstroom, as well as wicketkeeper Jonny Bairstow.
Batsmen Will Jacks, James Bracey, Dan Lawrence, Keaton Jennings and Sam Hain and spinners Dom Bess, Mason Crane and Amar Virdi can attend a specialist camp.
“The individualised programs are a great opportunity for some of our finest young cricketers to concentrate on specific regions of their game in unfamiliar and hard conditions around the planet,” said ECB performance manager Mo Bobat.
“A number of the players involved have been at England’s immediate aims, while others are going to be focusing on areas which may benefit the national group’s medium and long-term needs.
“We are blessed to be using numerous high-quality coaches and support staff to help produce this new way of our programming, that is conducive to the strong links we have together with the counties”