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England insist Anderson is OK despite apparent injury

England reportedly have no concerns over James Anderson after the star paceman appeared in discomfort in the Ashes on Saturday.

Veteran Anderson looked to pull up sore with an apparent side problem prior to lunch on day three at the Gabba, though the word from the England camp is that he is okay.

Anderson stayed on the field and emerged from lunch, however he did not bowl as captain Joe Root relied on Stuard Broad, Jake Ball and Chris Woakes.

The 35-year-old earlier made an immediate impact with the new ball, dismissing Tim Paine for 13 during a dominant morning session for England.

Anderson has not yet bowled in the third session of Day 3.

MRN CRICKET
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