10. Chris Jordan
with the speedster also being a T20 freelancer, he will surely prefer playing as many T20 Leagues as possible before getting old and instead of planning for wearing the whites
9. Chris Morris
As the speedster is a regular T20 freelancer, while simultaneously representing South Africa in white-ball cricket, Morris would rather prefer playing a T20 League during SA’s Test fixtures instead of wearing the whites.
8. Adil Rashid
Rashid being 33 years of age, the leg-spinner has to play oodles of limited-overs cricket especially for the next two more years where England would be largely fancying their chances on every ICC forthcoming trophy. Hence, with his white-ball role largely getting robust for the next two more years.
7. Moises Henriques
So now with a bigger resolve of tremendously playing some of his best white-ball cricket, the all-rounder might certainly think about omitting the longer format. with the all-rounder also now being 34 years of age, maybe the recent white-ball endeavours shall also earnestly convert him into a mere T20 specialist.
6. Shaun Marsh
Shaun Marsh has played a total of 38 Test matches for Australia and has scored 2265 runs at a reasonable average of 34.31Even with the Australian selectors now largely trying to build the Test team with a lot of youngsters, barely-there now seems to be a motive for Shaun Marsh to continue playing in the whites
5. Ross Taylor
By being the highest run-scorer for NZ in Test cricket, the legend has possibly attained everything in the longest format. The objective of winning the maiden ICC trophy has been achieved which collectively now in many ways must happily propel Ross Taylor to make a retirement.
4. Aaron Finch
With him already getting ready to turn 35, the Australian skipper might be largely looking to completely submerge himself in the upcoming two T20 World Cups and at the 2023 ODI World Cup. Further, with also handling the white-ball reigns of Australia, Test cricket might be the last thing now on his radar.
3. Martin Guptill
Now with also especially being close to 35 years of age, Guptill rather than making a comeback in Test cricket will definitely prefer having an elongated white-ball career as much as possible. Also, with the two T20 and an ODI World Cup being scheduled in the coming years,
2. Shikhar Dhawan
However, because of his dreadful away tours, Dhawan was finally discarded from Test cricket in 2018.Dhawan rather than playing Test cricketer would now wholeheartedly prefer prolonging his career in the limited-overs formats.
1. Murali Vijay
His hiking age might then become the biggest factor to ever make him play for team India again. And with the current set of selectors already being very aggressive to discard players of higher age groups, there is a high certainty that Murali Vijay has last played for team India in 2018