Pakistan all-rounder Shadab Khan will miss the continuous test arrangement in New Zealand, just as the home arrangement against South Africa starting one month from now, because of a thigh injury, the group said on Saturday.
The 22-year-old turn bowling all-rounder supported the injury during Tuesday’s last Twenty20 match in Napier and was at first administered out of the initial test against New Zealand, which got in progress at Mount Maunganui prior on Saturday.
Outputs demonstrated he would be sidelined for half a month.
“The MRI reports have affirmed it is a new injury and not the one that had sidelined him from the Zimbabwe arrangement a month ago,” group specialist Sohail Saleem said in an assertion.
“Shadab will go through a six-week restoration program during which he will have week by week ultrasound examines.
“After the opposition of the six-week time frame, the clinical board will get to and assess the injury prior to settling on a decision on Shadab’s re-visitation of serious cricket.”
South Africa will visit Pakistan one month from now without precedent for a very long time to play two tests and three Twenty20 Internationals.
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