Imam-ul-Haq Declared Fit to Play After Injury During Practice Match

Opening batsman, Imam-ul-Haq, has been cleared of a serious injury as he has been allowed to bat by PCB’s doctor.

Playing for PCB Whites in an intra-squad practice match that’s given the status of a first-class match, Imam was hit on his left-hand by pacer Naseem Shah in Derby. A PCB spokesperson said that the player has been declared fit to play despite the blow during the match.

The left-handed batsman took part in a warm-up session prior to the start of second day’s play.


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This is the third injury scare for Pakistan as Khushdil Shah has been ruled out for three weeks after being hit during a practice session whereas Abid Ali was struck on the helmet during fielding when Haider Ali was batting on the crease.

Pakistan is set to face England for a 3-match Test series starting on 5th August whereas the T20Is will begin on 28th August.

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