Had position to show on Indian wickets: James Anderson

James Anderson said that i ill better bowling in Indian pitches

England pace bowler James Anderson is dissatisfied to be gone out of the England squad for the ODI series against India as he feels he has a position to establish on the slow wickets.

James Anderson will not tour for the coming-up five One-day series against India following England selectors choose to relax the pace bowler.

James Anderson, who did not have an unbeaten World Cup in the sub-continent, feels he would have liked to establish that he, be able to do as well on the Indian wickets.

"Three months will be a superior time for me to relax, but also obtain in the gym and get physically powerful for what is going to be a hard year," James Anderson was quoted as saying to ICC media.

"Except I didn't have an unbeaten World Cup in India and it'd be nice to establish I can in point of actuality bowl on persons wickets."

James Anderson also feels his lack could intimidate his position in the strong England squad.

"There's so much opposition, that's an additional motivation for wanting to go on tour. It's vigorous for the squad, in the Test series we have seen that the guys who approach in do remarkably well. But it keeps you on your toes as a bowler," he supposed.

Alastair Cook an brilliant leader: Andy Flower

Cook an excellent leader: Flower

England leader coach Andy Flower feels the middle age of their One-day side's captain Alastair Cook will establish imperative to team's achievement in the approaching series against India.

England team practice while the up
coming series against India 
England will take off out to India Monday with Alastair Cook looking to do again the team's victory at home. England plays five ODI against India start on Oct 8 at Hyderabad.

Alastair Cook's put in the side at one spot was questioned, but he proved his critics mistaken with creative scoring this year and then steered his wall to a remarkable series success over India.

Andy Flower called Alastair Cook an outstanding captain to lead the team.

He has been brilliant as a head and grown in self-assurance,' Andy Flower was quote as saying in Daily Express.

'On the tour of Bangladesh, when he captained whereas Andrew Strauss was resting, he grow and academic a lot and I'd say we have seen comparable growth this summer.

'It's always pleasant to see someone grow in assurance. It's terrible to see anyone lose self-assurance in any walk of life.

'So the differing, seeing someone grow in self-assurance, is a actually nice thing, mainly for us as coaches, ' he thought.