(Video) James Anderson wary of pink-ball's temperamental behaviour

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Aryan Surana

Veteran seamer James Anderson has warned England's bowlers not to get carried away with the prospect of prodigious movement with the pink ball, as the team looks to bounce back strong into the Ashes series in the upcoming day-night affair. Anderson says he's watched most of the pink-ball Test played in Adelaide and is wary of the "temperamental" nature of the ground. That despite the fact that he had a five-wicket haul the last time he bowled here. Anderson will be playing his fifth Test match in Adelaide Oval, and 10th overall at the venue.