Anderson ruled out for England
10:41am Sunday 1st July 2012 in © Press Association 2014
England fast bowler James Anderson had to miss Sunday's second NatWest Series match against Australia because of a groin injury.
Anderson, troubled by a 'tight groin' in Friday's victory at Lord's, was replaced at the Kia Oval by Jade Dernbach - the only change to England's winning team. Australia were also without one of their frontline bowlers because of injury - teenager Pat Cummins will play no further part in the five-match series after suffering a side strain in the first match.
The tourists, who won the toss and chose to bat first, made one other change as they seek to level at 1-1 - bringing Peter Forrest in for fellow batsman Steve Smith. Forrest was expected to bat at number three, with George Bailey dropping down the order to replace Smith at six.
Left-armer Mitchell Johnson was the man who came in for Cummins