Pakistan’s test skipper, Misbah Ul Haq is likely to take a decision about his future on Friday.
A Pakistan Cricket Board’s official told APP that Misbah will make a decision about retirement and either he will communicate it via a press conference or convey it through the board.
Pakistan is scheduled to play a four test-match test series in England commencing from July 14th, is believed to be Misbah’s last appearances with the Pakistan’s badge on his chest.
However, there is not anything confirmed about it as PCB official said, “He hasn’t taken any final decision yet but it is better for every player to leave the game on a high note,” he added, “People always remember players’ last and final performances.”
Misbah retired from T20 internationals back in 2012, however, he captain Islamabad United in the inaugural edition of Pakistan Super League and led his team to the victory.
The 42-year old along with Shahid Afridi left One Day Internationals after World Cup 2015, Pakistan did not have a memorable time during the campaign.
Misbah is considered to be one of the most successful test captains of Pakistan with a record of 20 wins, 11 losses and 11 draws in 42 games that he captained.
Misbah Ul Haq stated on another occasion about the upcoming England challenge, “Our batting line is way more experienced than the side which toured England in 2010. Results will be better.”
He went on to say, “Facing the England pace attack will be the biggest challenge for Pakistan. We’ve been preparing for since the past month.
“Batsmen need to be well-disciplined against the England attack.”
Pakistan’s test skipper is keen repeat the show they put in UAE against England, “We will try our best to repeat our UAE performances in England,” he added, “The series can prove to be historical for both the sides.”