On 91 ODI wickets at the moment. Hopefully he will get that 100 at the World Cup. He is level with Gough at the moment on 15 World Cup wickets.
Gough 11 games 15 wickets at 28.66 econ 4.31 s/r 39.80
Anderson 8 games 15 wickets at 22.06 econ 4.47 s/r 29.60
World Cup Wickets
Botham - 30
De Freitas - 29
Willis - 18
Old - 16
Gough/Anderson - 15
ODI Career Most Wickets
1. Gough - 235
2. Botham - 145
3. Flintoff - 123
4. De Freitas - 115
5. Anderson - 91
It's hard to believe other ODI bowlers haven't stayed around long enough to get more wickets. Anderson has the best strike rate of any England ODI bowler past or present. What I found very strange is when he was number 10 in the world rankings they dropped him for a bowler who could bat, Wharf. Once Vaughan came back in the side I was worried he would do the same again as Anderson only came back into the ODI side once Vaughan was out injured.
I see Harmison, Hoggard and Jones as the Test bowlers and Anderson as an injury replacement for Hoggard (who hardly ever gets injured). Plunkett seems the most likely to be 12th man this summer.
As a Lancs supporter I will be hoping Anderson plays for them all season except when needed for ODIs.