What I did for this was play as England on easy, and just rotate two bowlers, Anderson and Cook.
Assuming you win all 5 tests (I always tried to bat 2nd), you will take 100 wickets, and so this shouldn't be a problem, assuming you don't get too many run outs (I always made no effort with the throws to try and minimise this, but you'll still get some!)
The key is to play for catches, not bowling people out (other than Siddle at 11 I never bowled anyone out).
With Anderson, I used defensive setting 10, and bowled X or B balls wide of the batsmen and 3/4 up the pitch (using a bit if LT and RT to vary things as well). I usually got catches to the men on the inner circle or a high catch to the guy on the boundary.
For Cook, I used defensive setting 2, as it has a lot of catchers leg side. Bowl balls short, varying speed (slower the better) on the batsmen's legs so he can hit it high leg side, where I got a lot of catches.
For the catching, it's tricky to start with but the pace is always the same so when you get used to it, you should catch most of them. I tended to say "one and two and three" in my head and that's about the time to push A. It changes v quickly from green to red, so you need to be quick!! Good luck!!