Video - Anderson/Jadeja Spat Could Help Both Sides - Paul Nixon
Watch as former England and Leicestershire wicket-keeper Paul Nixon gives a different take on the James Anderson/Ravindra Jadeja controversy that has surrounded the ongoing Test series.
Talking to us in London during the second Test at Lord's, he says that the incident between the pair could actually help both sides.
Both players have now been cleared of any wrongdoing by the ICC.
He also reckons England are about 65 to 70 per cent towards where they need to be under returning coach Peter Moores.
Nixon was talking to us at the Shooting Stars Chase Test Match Ball in London.
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