In an exclusive interview with the ECB on the eve of his 100th Test match for England, James Anderson recalls his three favourite bowling spells/wicket-taking moments which have helped England record famous victories. The fast bowler is “excited” but focused on helping England win the first Test in Antigua against the West Indies, in what will be his 100th appearance for England. The 32-year-old is also on the brink of surpassing Sir Ian Botham and becoming England’s leading wicket-taker of all time – he needs four wickets to achieve that outstanding feat (384). The ‘King of Swing’ says he feels in great shape and wants to play international cricket for years to come. WATCH: James Anderson excited for 100th Test match

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