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New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum has revealed that he will make a decision on his ODI future in the next couple of days.
McCullum’s comments come after he only averaged 20.20 with the bat during New Zealand’s 3-2 loss to England in the recently concluded five-match ODI series.
Should McCullum retire from ODIs, it is highly likely that batsman Kane Williamson will take over as captain.
“I don’t know. We’ll wait and see,” McCullum said. “We’ll let the dust settle on this. It’s been a great year, an incredible summer for us.
“We’ve scaled some heights that hadn’t been done before by our country and we’re starting to build a soul to how we play.
“I’m lucky enough to be in a position of leadership to give guys the freedom to play that brand. I’ve enjoyed the last two years. The body’s a bit sore but we’ll see what happens.”