Former England captain Michael Vaughan said that Kevin Pietersen only have a slim chance of 10% of coming back in his national team. There are some rumours that Kevin is ready to give up his IPL contract, if needed, in order to come back to his national team squad.

Vaughan admitted the fact that despite of the fallouts between the management and teammates had with Pietersen, He can still make a comeback.

Pietersen has performed quite well in the County Cricket which prompted Colin Graves the Chairman of England Cricket Board to admit that the 34-year old swashbuckling batsman still has the game in him and he could return to the England national team squad.

On the other hand Vaughan contrarians with this and claimed that there is a difference between playing internationally and playing in the County Championship for Surrey. But he added that if he was a selector he would not rule out Pietersen making a comeback

Pietersen last appearance for England was in the 2013-14 Ashes where England had a whitewash defeat and there still may be quite some time left before we can call the 2013-14 ashes appearance to be his last as the batsman himself claimed that he has some hundreds left in him and his best days are not yet behind him.

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