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Breaking news : England star player to retire from test cricket. He is currently playing for CSK! 😱
Moeen Ali to announce retirement from Test cricket! Check out the reason!
Moeen, 34 and a veteran of 64 Tests, has decided he no longer has the hunger to play the longest format. In particular, ESPNcricinfo understands he is uncomfortable with the prospect of an extended time away from home in the coming months as a likely member of both the T20 World Cup and Ashes squads. He is currently in the UAE, playing for Chennai Super Kings in the IPL but is understood to have informed Chris Silverwood, the England head coach, and Joe Root, England's Test captain, in recent days.
He is keen to continue his career for England in white-ball cricket and is also expected to continue to play county and franchise cricket. It seems unlikely he will continue to play first-class cricket but no firm decision has yet been taken on that.
People will, no doubt, be debating the merits of Moeen's career for years to come. Some of the statistics are arresting: he reached the landmark of 2000 Test runs and 100 wickets, for example, in fewer Tests than Ian Botham, Garry Sobers and Imran Khan. Only 15 England bowlers have taken more Test wickets. At his high point, he was rated the third best allrounder in the ICC's Test rankings.
But it's maybe fitting that he looks set to finish just short of 3000 runs and just short of 200 wickets. For there was something about Moeen that always left you wanting more. Something that delighted and frustrated in equal measure. Even in what turned out to be his final Test, when his skied slog-sweep saw him dismissed for 35, you could feel the groan of disappointment around The Kia Oval.
The will for Moeen to succeed, to see his elegant cover drive unfurled once more, was immense. Perhaps the fragility, the sense that it could all end at any moment, made it feel all the more precious.
At his best, such as when he scored four Test centuries in 2016, he looked a fine batter more than worth his place in the side as a specialist. But there were times, sometimes quite extended times, when the confidence seemed to drain away and the scores disappeared with it. A final Test batting average of 28 seems modest for one so talented. That unbeaten innings of 108 against Sri Lanka in his second Test promised so much more.
However, he is keen to continue his career in limited-overs cricket as well as in county and franchise cricket as well.
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India to play one Test in England in 2022-Report
As indicated by the, at the current stage, it has been not affirmed whether the said India-England Test will be an independent challenge or the fifth Test of the Test series that started in August 2021. The England Cricket Board (ECB) and the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BBCI) have purportedly affirmed intends to play a Test match during the 2022 summer in England. The improvement comes after the fifth India-England Test was deserted because of a Covid-19 flare-up in the Team India camp recently.
As indicated by a report, at the current stage, it has been not affirmed whether the said Test will be an independent challenge or the fifth Test of the Test series. At the point when the Test was proclaimed deserted, a progression of attempts at finger pointing started with a few partners and specialists considering India answerable for the beginning of the episode. Additionally, ECB detailed a significant monetary misfortune. Should the Test occur, it will assist the ECB with recuperating a greater part of it.
The report likewise expressed that prior conversations investigated the chance of the two groups playing two extra T20Is. For what it's worth, India will be in England in 2022 for a white-ball visit. Ought to the previously mentioned Test go on, it might actually be considered as the fifth and last Test of the uncompleted series. The initial four Tests of the series yielded top-class cricket from the two groups. India were denied a veritable shot at winning the Test after downpour played spoilsport at Trent Bridge, Nottingham.
India then, at that point, prearranged a critical success in the second Test at Lord's by getting each of the 10 England wickets on the last day to dominate the match by 151 runs and take a 1-0 lead. The hosts struck back in a split second in the third game by whipping India by an innings and 76 rushes to even out the series at Headingley. India recovered the lead and went on 2-1 subsequent to securing the fourth Test by 157 runs at The Oval.
India could play one Test match in England one year from now, says a report. The one Test match could supplant the fifth Test at Old Trafford in Manchester which was dropped because of Indian group incapable to handle an eleven after colleague physiotherapist Yogesh Parmar tried positive for COVID-19.Also Read - Mike Atherton Slams ECB's Decision to Cancel Pakistan Tour But Allow Players to Participate in IPL.
It is perceived that a space in England's timetable in 2022 has been consented to be saved for the Test. There are considerations of the one Test liable to finish the 2021 Test series which India as of now lead 2-1. Likewise Read - IPL 2021: Michael Vaughan Takes Sly Dig at BCCI After T Natarajan Tests Positive For COVID-19 . "It has not been affirmed at this stage whether the match will be an independent game or complete the series began in August, however it will deflect most of monetary misfortunes caused by the ECB because of the relinquishment in Manchester. It might likewise turn away any further conflicts between the ECB and the BCCI about the purposes behind the relinquishment and who should assume liability for it," further said the report. Additionally Read - IND versus ENG: Fully Understand Why Indian Cricketers Panicked, Says Stuart Broad.
It additionally said that conversations before had incorporated a chance of the one Test being supplanted by two T20Is. With India previously planned to visit England one year from now as a feature of a white-ball visit, it would have been more appropriate for the guests. The report likewise said that the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has gotten a proposition from Cricket Australia (CA) on their arrangements for the sightseers during the Ashes, booked to start in Brisbane from December 8.
While the subtleties of the plans are muddled, it is perceived that the timetable, which remembers subtleties for isolation courses of action and bio-secure air pockets all through the excursion, are superior to what had been dreaded. It additionally implies a likelihood of less withdrawals from the England crew for the Ashes.