5 Indian Cricketers Who Might Call Retirement before 2019 World Cup

There is hardly 11 months left before cricket’s most prestigious tournament kicks off, and with every passing day, the excitement surrounding the tournament is gaining momentum.

Cricket news: These cricketers might never be called again for the national side

India, who have won the World Cup two times, are considered as one of the favourites in of the 2019 World Cup. But the main question remains if the Indian players can carry their recent form to the tournament or not.

The ongoing series against England will prove to be an acid test for the team as the World Cup will be played on the English soil.

Here we look at 5 Indian players who might put off their shoes before the inaugural ceremony of the World Cup and might feature as a commentator during the tournament.

5. Amit Mishra

Amit Mishra has been a star performer when it comes to the domestic circuit, but has never been able to solidify his position in the national side, because of the emergence of Yuzvendra Chahal and Kuldeep Yadav.

The 35-year-old leg-spinner has picked up 64 wickets from 36 ODI matches with a miserly economy rate of 4.73 for the national squad.

When he came into the scene in the early 2000s, it was because of Anil Kumble and Harbhajan Singh, he could not find a place in the team. With neither form nor age at his side, Mishra might want to put down the curtains on his international career.

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