Shadab ruled out of England series

Pakistan leg-spinner Shadab Khan has been ruled out of the England series due to injury just ahead of the World Cup.

Pakistani leg-spinner Shadab Khan ruled out of the opening test against Australia
Pakistan has been hit with a big blow as their leg-spinner Shadab Khan won’t be playing in the upcoming series against England due to injury.

Shadab’s report suggests that a virus has been revealed that will require treatment and rest for, at least, four weeks.

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According to reports, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) will now set-up Shadab’s appointment with specialists in England to help him fully recover.

The board is yet to announce his replacement for the upcoming series. However, the selectors have included Asif Ali and Mohammad Amir as two additional players to the 15-man World Cup-bound squad.

Pakistan will play a T20I and five ODIs against England, from 5 to 19 May. All sides participating in the World Cup have the opportunity to make changes to their squad, without requiring permission from the International Cricket Council until May 23.



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