England cricket legend James Anderson is set to play his 188th and final Test match against the West Indies at Lord's this week. Anderson, 41, holds the record for the most Test wickets by a fast bowler, with only spinners Shane Warne (708) and Muttiah Muralitharan (800) ahead of him on the all-time list. Here, AFP Sport highlights some of the key wickets in Anderson's illustrious career:

Test wicket No 1: Mark Vermeulen (Zimbabwe), Lord's 2003. A perfectly pitched off-cutter bowled out the opener, marking the debut of Anderson's Test career.

Test wicket No 100: Jacques Kallis (South Africa), The Oval 2008. Anderson, having evolved into England's attack leader, trapped the star all-rounder Kallis lbw for two.

Test wicket No 200: Peter Siddle (Australia), Perth 2010/11In a pivotal Ashes series, an outswinger dismissed Siddle, although it was England's only loss in the series.

Test wicket No 300: Peter Fulton (New Zealand), Lord's 2013An outswinger edged to the slips, leading to a five-wicket haul, and dismissing the towering Fulton, nicknamed 'Two-metre Peter'.

Test wicket No 384: Denesh Ramdin (West Indies), Antigua 2014/15Anderson surpassed Ian Botham as England's most successful bowler in Test cricket when Ramdin edged a leg-cutter to first slip.

Test wicket No 400: Martin Guptill (New Zealand), Headingley 2015Guptill edged to Ian Bell at second slip, and Anderson took his 401st wicket in the same over by dismissing Kane Williamson.

Test wicket No 500: Kraigg Brathwaite (West Indies), Lord's 2017A massive inswinger bowled Brathwaite, who will be West Indies' captain at Lord's this week. Anderson achieved career-best figures of 7-42 in that match.

Test wicket No 564: Mohammed Shami (India), The Oval 2018Anderson became the most successful fast bowler in Test history by surpassing Glenn McGrath's 563 wickets, dismissing Shami to seal a 4-1 series win.

Test wicket No 600: Azhar Ali (Pakistan), Southampton 2020In a match played behind closed doors due to the Covid-19 pandemic, Anderson induced an edge off Azhar that was held in the cordon, after rain and dropped catches had left him on 599 wickets.

Test wicket No 700: Kuldeep Yadav (India), Dharamsala 2024 Nearing his 42nd birthday, Anderson had Kuldeep caught behind off a thin edge, breaking new ground for fast bowlers.

As James Anderson bids farewell to Test cricket, his record-breaking career and landmark wickets will remain a testament to his enduring skill and perseverance.