English opener Michael Lumb is looking forward to fire for the Nottinghamshire Outlaws and reclaims his England place in the process. The left-handed opener was a member of England’s victorious 2010 T20 World Cup side. Lumb was absent from the international scene, but he is hoping a good domestic campaign can help him break back into the fold for England’s frame of schemes. Lumb is returning from injury. So he wants to be quickly fit in the Nottinghamshire’s well settled side.

 

However in Trent bridge Joe Root scored his fourth test hundred as England’s last wicket pair of James Anderson and Root continue to frustrate India on Day Four of the first Test at Trent bridge on Saturday. Resuming on 352 for nine, Anderson continued to score briskly and so did Root to bring down India’s in to double figures. Anderson has registered his highest individual Test score surpassing 34 against South Africa at Leeds in 2008. England are 392 for nine.