Indian pacer , Ashish Nehra is expected to retire from all format of cricket. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) said that Nehra will retire from Tests against New Zealand. The BCCI member also said that Nehra had told to the coach ,Ravi Shastri, and captain ,Virat Kohli, about his retirement while practicing for the Match against Australia.His Debut match was in 1999 and he played in 17 Tests, 120 ODIs and 26 T20 games for India. Ashish Nehara took 158 wickets in ODIs, 44 wickets in Tests and 34 wickets in T20s. 38-year-old Nehra was included in the Indian squad against Australia but has not yet got a chance. Nehra also stated that he will not be playing for Indian Premier League after his retirement . Nehra was one of India’s all time best Left Hand pacer. In an Interview, he said that Indian pace line is safe in the hands of Bhuvaneshwar And Jasprit Bumrah and its the best time for him to retire from the international cricket.