4 June 2021, Lahore: The Pakistan cricket selectors have recalled four veteran players and named uncapped Azam Khan in their teams for the upcoming tours to England and the West Indies.
From the 8th to the 20th of July, the team will play three ODIs and as many T20Is in England before facing world champions West Indies in five T20Is followed by two Tests.
Haris Sohail, a middle-order batsman, has been named in the ODI squad, while Imad Wasim has returned to the T20I squad. Mohammad Abbas and Naseem Shah, both fast bowlers, have returned to the Test squad.
Yasir Shah’s participation is conditional on his fitness, as the wrist spinner is still recovering from a knee ailment that kept him out of the Zimbabwe Tests. Leg-spinner Zahid Mahmood, left-arm spinner Nauman Ali, and off-spinner Sajid Khan have all been retained for the Jamaica Tests.
Unrestricted After missing the South Africa ODIs due to injury, Saud Shakeel has restored his spot. Salman Ali Agha has been called up for ODIs after losing his Test spot.
Following a fantastic performance in South Africa, Fakhar Zaman was recruited as an additional player for Zimbabwe T20Is and has kept his position in the original squad.
Azam Khan of the Quetta Gladiators, a 22-year-old hard-hitter,received hid maiden call.
Pakistan Test squad