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Veteran Pakistan left-arm seamer Wahab Riaz is reportedly next in line to retire from Test cricket.
According to Dunya News as quoted by the Mumbai Mirror, Wahab has already informed the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) about his decision to bring his Test career to an end.
Furthermore, the 34-year-old is expected to make a formal announcement after playing at the ongoing Global T20 Canada.
If Wahab goes through with the decision to retire from Test cricket, it will come shortly after fellow left-arm pace bowler Mohammad Amir walked away from the longest format.
Last Friday, Amir shocked the cricketing community by retiring from Test cricket at the age of 27 in order to focus on his limited overs career.
Wahab has represented Pakistan in 27 Tests, where he has taken 83 wickets at an average of 34.50.