Anderson should have been in England squad for Lord's test – Broad

England NetsEngland should have gambled on seamer James Anderson’s fitness and included him in the squad for the first test against Pakistan at Lord’s, paceman Stuart Broad has said. Anderson, England’s most successful test bowler with 454 wickets, was left out of England’s 12-man squad for the first match of the four-test series beginning on Thursday. In his absence, Toby Roland-Jones or Jake Ball will make a test debut at Lord’s. “I would have been tempted to have Jimmy in the 13, then you have him around working with the bowlers, pushing his fitness to maybe play on Thursday,” Broad told British media.

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