BBC.com – Stuart Broad said he wants to play in the 2019 Ashes against Australia, after passing Sir Ian Botham on the list of England’s all-time Test wicket-takers.

Summary

  • Stuart Broad said he wants to play in the 2019 Ashes against Australia, after passing Sir Ian Botham on the list of England’s all-time Test wicket-takers.
  • Seamer Broad, 31, moved ahead of Botham’s 383 wickets in the first-Test win against West Indies at Edgbaston.
  • Among pace bowlers, only 35-year-old Anderson, with 127 caps, has played more Tests for England than Broad.
  • They play two more Tests against West Indies before the trip down under, and Broad does not want to be rested for the remaining matches at Headingley or Lord’s.
  • The legendary all-rounder, an England team-mate of Broad’s father Chris, also scored 5,200 runs, including 14 centuries, in a glittering Test career from 1977 to 1992.


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