Even Australia and India do it: Anderson insists pitches should fit home side

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Leeds: England quick bowler James Anderson has certified a England Cricket Board (ECB) doctored a pitches during a Ashes series, also adding that they should feel no contrition about doing it some-more mostly in a future.

The dry wickets that injured a past integrate of Ashes campaigns, unexpected incited immature during a ask of manager Trevor Bayliss and captain Alastair Cook, news.com.au reported on Wednesday. England kick visitors Australia 3-2 convincingly.

File design of James Anderson. PTIFile design of James Anderson. PTI

File design of James Anderson. PTI

“I consider there’s positively an component where we should have finished it some-more in a past (and) we should do it some-more in a future,” Anderson said.

Anderson indicted India and Australia of also doctoring wickets when they’re during home.

“When we go to Australia, they ready a pitches to fit their team. When we go to India, a same thing happens. A large understanding was done of it in a conditions here (that) we were revelation a groundsmen to do this and that,” a 33-year-old right-arm pacer said.

Anderson pronounced there is no mistreat and contrition in creation pitches favoring a hosts in a future.

“I’m certain they offering an opinion though it wasn’t a box that we were observant ‘you have to do this’ or ‘you have to ready that’,” Anderson, who has 413 wickets from 107 Tests, said.

“At a same time, even if we did, everybody else in a whole universe prepares pitches to give them home advantage and we don’t see because it should be any opposite here.”