England will play against Pakistan in a three-match Test series with the first match beginning from August 5.
West Indies' batsmen failed to score runs against the English bowling attack in the second and third Test matches of the Wisden Trophy.
Joe Root's side rotated their frontline fast bowlers during the 2-1 series win over the West Indies, which ended on Tuesday, with the competition for places intense.
England have a handful of talented bowlers to pick from and Joe Root says that it is "an exciting place to be".
Stuart Broad said it will be difficult for another pacer to reach the 500-wicket mark due to the number of Test matches being played on a decline.
David Warner said Stuart Broad has been "outstanding" in the past year and a half and he could not understand his omission from the first Test.
Andrew Strauss said Jimmy Anderson and Stuart Broad formed a "phenomenal" partnership and praised their hunger to continue.
Kemar Roach was understandably proud of his achievement in becoming the first West Indies bowler since Curtly Ambrose 26 years ago to take 200 Test wickets.
West Indies captain Jason Holder was 24 not out and Shane Dowrich 10 not out.
James Anderson said that in order to play the next Ashes in Australia, he will have to miss odd games here and there.
England and West Indies will be fighting it out in the series decider at Old Trafford in the third Test starting Friday.
James Anderson believes that teammate Ben Stokes is on course to become the best all-rounder that England has ever had in their cricketing history.
Jofra Archer is available for the third Test at Old Trafford after the paceman missed England's series-levelling win at the same ground following a breach of coronavirus protocols.
Jofra Archer said he needs to be "100 percent mentally right" to be able to play the third Test against West Indies, after receiving racial abuse on social media.
James Anderson and Stuart Broad are England's most successful Test bowling pairing, but the 34-year-old Broad is several years younger than Anderson, who turns 38 at the end of this month.
Pacer James Anderson has said that Stuart Broad's omission from the first Test against West Indies shows the bowling strength of England.
ENG vs WI: Shane Dowrich steered the West Indies into a commanding lead over England on the third day of the first Test at Southampton on Friday.
England paceman Stuart Broad said he felt frustrated and angry at having "my shirt" taken away after he was dropped for the first Test against the West Indies at Southampton.