Broad return gives England new options

FAST bowler Stuart Broad has handed England selectors a healthy selection headache by declaring himself fit for tomorrow&rsquo;s third one-day international with South Africa in Cape Town.<br /><br />A shoulder injury ruled Broad out of the opening two games of the five-match series &ndash; last week&rsquo;s washout at the Wanderers and Sunday&rsquo;s excellent seven-wicket success at Centurion.<br /><br />But the Nottinghamshire seamer was back in full training yesterday and later confirmed he will be available for selection at Newlands.<br /><br />Broad is expected to be drafted straight into side at the expense of Sajid Mahmood, but the 23-year-old knows he has a fight on his hands if he is to convince the selectors to change a winning side.<br /><br />&ldquo;I feel good,&rdquo; Broad explained. &ldquo;It&rsquo;s been a tricky couple of weeks getting my shoulder right but I feel back to full fitness and excited if selected for Friday. It&rsquo;s always frustrating when you&rsquo;re missing cricket, but it&rsquo;s fantastic the way the lads have started the tour. I&rsquo;m just looking forward to pushing my way back into the side and adding to what has been a great start to the tour.&rdquo;<br /><br />Broad also moved to dispel fears that the injury could form part of a longer-term problem.<br /><br />&ldquo;It wasn&rsquo;t a structural damage; it was just an impingement in the shoulder. That&rsquo;s gone now, and it should be fine. There are no long-lasting effects to it.&rdquo;<br /><br />Fellow seamer James Anderson also looks set to be fit for tomorrow&rsquo;s encounter despite on-going knee niggles, although spinner Graeme Swann and opener Alastair Cook are still out with side and back injuries.