Harmison recall on the cardsJuly 26th, 2008 - 5:25 pm ICT by ANI
London, July 26 (ANI): Former England fast bowler Steve Harmison is likely to get a dramatic Test recall today as England seeks to recover from the defeat to the South Africans at Headingley.
Harmy, the country’’s leading wicket-taker with 41, hopes he has done enough to make the squad for next Wednesday’’s Third Test at Edgbaston.
Darren Pattinson - plucked out of obscurity for Headingley by the selectors - is likely to make way.
Meanwhile, Kevin Pietersen echoed captain Michael Vaughan’’s claim that confused selection undermined team unity last week.
KP said: “I was sitting next to a guy I hadn”t seen before. I met him at breakfast and an hour later he was next to me in the dressing room while I was getting ready to bat.
The likely squad is as follows: Cook, Strauss, Vaughan, Pietersen, Bell, Collingwood, Flintoff, Ambrose, Broad, Harmison, Anderson, Sidebottom, Panesar. (ANI)
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