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    England test cricketer James Anderson's prepared to forgo meat and milk to extend his career

    England test cricketer James Anderson's prepared to forgo meat and milk to extend his career


    The 37-year-old's missed the majority of the Ashes with a calf injury, and is set to rehabilitate as he looks to prove his fitness for England's two tests in New Zealand this November.

    England's leading wicket-taker's contemplating becoming vegan as part of that process.

    Anderson's assessed where he's at with Sky Sport.



    After losing the Ashes, England have decided to send a full-strength side to New Zealand after previously vowing to rest top players.

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