Australia's veteran fast bowler Brett Lee is poised to quit Test cricket.
The injury-hit Lee, 33, would make an announcement this week, the Sydney Morning Herald reported. The Herald, without citing sources, said Lee had been mulling retirement for some time but made his final decision after talking to Flintoff, who quit Tests last year to prolong his playing career. Lee, whose 310 Test scalps place him behind only Shane Warne, Glenn McGrath and Dennis Lillee on Australia's all-time list, has not played a five-day match since December 2008 after suffering foot and elbow problems. The tall, blond-haired right-armer was named Wisden magazine's Cricketer of the Year in 2006 and bowled a ball at 99.9 miles (160.8 kilometres) per hour in 2003, the second fastest recorded delivery behind Pakistan's Shoaib Akhtar.
Lee has played 76 Tests since making his debut in 1999. He is hoping to play in India's lucrative IPL Twenty20 league this season, the Herald said.

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