NOTTINGHAM (AFP) - England seamer James Anderson expects India to be a stronger side when the second Test starts at Trent Bridge here on Friday after bowling the hosts to victory in the series opener. Anderson, 28, took five for 65 in front of a sell-out last day crowd at Lord's on Monday as India were dismissed for 261 to give England a convincing 196-run win and a 1-0 lead in the four-match series. "When any team gets beaten they generally come back stronger and have more fire in their belly," Anderson told Sky Sports on Wednesday. "All we can do is concentrate on our game, prepare well the next couple of days and concentrate on that first hour on Friday," added the Lancashire paceman, whose second innings haul at Lord's included India's star batting trio of Rahul Dravid, Venkatsai Laxman and Tendulkar. Victory at Lord's left England on course to replace India at the top of the ICC's Test Championship table, something they will achieve if they win this series by a margin of two matches or better.