Pakistan’s test skipper Misbah Ul Haq, who according to many is pondering retirement, is eager to play against India. Misbah, 41, might soon announce his retirement, as Pakistan have no test matches to play till the English summer.
However, Misbah is eager to play a test series against arch rivals India before calling it a day.
India were due to play tests against Pakistan in UAE in December, but political activities have taken a toll on that proposed series. “It is my desire to play a series against India before I retire and as far as retirement is concerned I have taken no decision on it. When I do I will inform the cricket board about it,” Misbah told in a media interaction.
Misbah however, also added that he would assess his fitness and form before retiring from international cricket. Misbah, who will turn 42 by the time Pakistan take on England in July, said that the current Pakistan test side was capable to win in any condition.
“If I decide to go to England I will go there fully prepared and I would also like to see our team go there ready for the challenge. Our team is capable of winning anywhere,” Misbah said.