James Anderson and Stuart Broad on their decade together with England

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Ten years on from playing their first Test match together, England’s greatest bowling partnership discuss the day they met, their families and the summer ahead

By Wisden Cricket Monthly, of the Guardian Sport Network

Anderson The first game we played against each other was Lancashire v Leicestershire at Old Trafford in 2005. I remember Gibbo [Ottis Gibson] was playing for you guys, but I don’t think we actually spoke to each other.

Broad No, we definitely didn’t speak to each other because you’re not exactly the most socially friendly bloke with people you don’t know! I can then remember an England preparation camp for the 2006-07 Ashes in Loughborough. You were going on that tour but I was just up there as part of the academy and a few of us got involved in the training camp. But you didn’t speak to anyone you didn’t already know.

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Written by Wisden Cricket Monthly
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