SOUTHAMPTON (AFP) - James Anderson expects to be fit to bowl in the third Test against Sri Lanka at the Rose Bowl. The 28-year-old seamer, the leader of England's attack in their victorious Ashes campaign in Australia, missed the drawn second Test of this three-match series at Lord's with a side strain. But, with England looking to press home the 1-0 advantage gained from an innings win in the series opener in Cardiff, Anderson said Tuesday he felt fine ahead of Thursday's start to what will be the first Test ever staged at the Rose Bowl, the home of southern county Hampshire. "I came down yesterday (Monday) and had a bit of a bowl and felt fine after that, but the next couple of days are pretty important to get through," Anderson said.