Zaman Khan will take pacer Naseem Shah’s place in team for the Asia Cup the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) ANNOUNCED.

Naseem suffered a shoulder injury while playing for Pakistan against India in the Super Four. The team’s medical staff is keeping an eye on him and taking all the required safety measures with the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup in mind.

Right-handed bowler Zaman Khan has previously connected with the team in Sri Lanka and has played for Pakistan in T20I matches. He has taken four wickets at an average of 32.5 and a 6.66 economy in six T20Is for Pakistan.

The pacer Haris Rauf, who sat out of the Super Four match against India’s reserve day, is also being watched. According to the PCB report, he is healing well after feeling pain in his right flank on match day one.

The pacers are receiving the greatest care possible, according to team doctor Sohail Saleem, who said, “These two fast bowlers are our assets and the team’s medical panel will provide them with the best care possible ahead of the all-important World Cup.”

Shahnawaz Dahani, a pacer, is also anticipated to join the group soon. On Thursday morning, he’ll be there with them.

During their Super Four match against India, Pakistan’s Asia Cup winning streak was snapped by a record-breaking 228 run defeat. In ODIs, this was their heaviest loss to India.

The Super Four matchup between Pakistan and Sri Lanka will be their next Asia Cup match. This contest is essentially a knockout round for the forthcoming Asia Cup final on September 17 given the Super Four points table setups. Thanks to victories over Pakistan and Sri Lanka, India has already clinched a spot in the championship game.

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