Jos Buttler explains why Anderson will miss first Ashes Test | Pat Cummins “not surprised”

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Sky Sports Cricket published this video item, entitled “Jos Buttler explains why Anderson will miss first Ashes Test | Pat Cummins “not surprised”” – below is their description.

It was announced this morning that James Anderson will miss the opening Ashes Test in Brisbane despite being cleared as fit to play. England’s Jos Buttler and Australia Captain Pat Cummins explained & reacted to the situation surrounding Anderson and his current fitness.

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