James Anderson is England's all-time leading Test wicket-taker with 540 wickets in 138 matches.
Glenn McGrath is all excited to witness the tussle between Virat Kohli and James Anderson during India's forthcoming England tour.
Vaughan made waves before the ongoing second Test against Pakistan at Headingley by suggesting that either Broad or James Anderson, England's two all-time leading Test wicket-takers, be dropped to "ruffle some feathers" after the hosts' nine-wicket defeat at Lord's.
Vaughan led the way, suggesting England should drop either Broad or James Anderson if only to "ruffle feathers".
Stuart Broad suggested Michael Vaughan no longer had "much insight into the England changing room at all" after coming under fire from his former captain.
Midway through the final day of the second Test against New Zealand in Christchurch, he overtook the previous record of 30,019 held by West Indies great Courtney Walsh who retired in 2001.
Stuart Broad is the second England fast bowler after James Anderson to reach the landmark.
Ben Duckett was fined for pouring beer over teammate Jimmy Anderson.
Anderson, named this week as team vice-captain for suspended Ben Stokes, finished with three for 12 off 10.2 overs while Overton captured three for 15 off 11 overs.
James Anderson, 35, who has 506 Test wickets, was promoted as understudy to captain Joe Root ahead of fellow paceman Stuart Broad and ex-skipper Alastair Cook.
Veteran pace spearhead James Anderson said he was open to replacing suspended Ben Stokes as England vice-captain for the coming Ashes Test series.
England pace spearhead James Anderson claimed four wickets as England's opening Ashes tour match ended in a draw against a youthful Western Australia XI in Perth.
While Anderson has every right to be ecstatic for what he has achieved, the 'Mecca of Cricket' on the same day witnessed a romantic incident that got the crowd on its feet.
The England fast bowler entered the elite 500 Test wicket club recently.
James Anderson took the best innings figures of his Test career as England completed a nine-wicket and series-clinching victory against West Indies at Lord's on Saturday.
James Anderson, arms outstretched in celebration, ran down the pitch before being engulfed by his joyful team-mates.
James Anderson becomes only the sixth bowlers to breach the 500-wicket barrier.
West Indies captain Jason Holder starred in a dramatic fightback as wickets tumbled on a remarkable first day of the third and deciding Test against England at Lord's on Thursday.