Eoin Morgan mulling over retirement amid form and fitness concerns

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Eoin Morgan is pondering over drawing curtains on his international career and is expected to step down as England's white-ball captain on Tuesday morning after seven-and-a-half years at the helm. Morgan was appointed skipper in 2014 and is credited for bringing about the paradigm shift in England's limited-overs cricket and leading them to their first World Cup in 2019, but his form and fitness have left him uncertain about his future.

The Guardian reported on Sunday night that Morgan looks set to announce his international retirement on Tuesday. Jos Buttler, who has regularly served as England captain, is expected to replace him.