Jimmy Anderson confounds Australian sceptics and torments Peter Handscomb | Adam Collins

Anderson made a mockery of the notion that he poses a threat only on English green-tops on a day that left Australia with decisions to ponder before Perth

Jimmy Anderson does his best work after midnight. Australian time. For cricket fans in this country, the presence of the world’s most productive seam bowler of this decade is more theoretical than palpable. He lives on cable TV in the middle of football season.

But his record in Australia? That is a story we’re familiar with. Sure he did well in 2010-11, but got properly carted in the whitewashes either side. He’s the guy George Bailey hit for a record 28 runs from an over. Bailey played five Tests.

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