Pakistan allrounder Shadab Khan has been announced fit for the 2019 ODI World Cup after his most recent test outcomes reflected zero viral burden in his blood, a Pakistan Cricket Board discharge said Tuesday.
The 20-year-old will leave for London on 16 May where he will counsel Dr Patrick Kennedy following day, before joining Pakistan group in Bristol on 20 May, included the discharge.
Notwithstanding, Shadab’s appearances in the warm-up matches in front of the World Cup, planned for 24 and 26 May against Afghanistan and Bangladesh separately, are liable to his wellness and the group the executives’ choice.
Shadab Khan stated: “I am charmed to realize that the blood tests are negative and I would now be able to come back to aggressive cricket. I was in every case extremely sure that I would completely recuperate from the viral contamination and will be accessible for the World Cup.
Pakistan mentor Mickey Arthur stated: “It is astounding news and for the benefit of the Pakistan cricket group, I anticipate inviting Shadab back in the squad.
“Shadab’s consideration additionally balances what is a youthful however amazingly skilled squad. I comprehend it will require Shadab some investment to be back getting it done as he has not played cricket for half a month, however our first diversion is on 31 May and he has got two weeks to recover total structure and wellness.
“He is a bold chap and the manner in which he has battled back to recover wellness is a demonstration of his demeanor and approach, which gives us the support that he will be ideally accessible for choice for our World Cup opener.”
Shadab was named in the first 15-player squad for the World Cup on 18 April. Notwithstanding, he was pulled back from the arrangement against England after blood tests uncovered an infection that required treatment and rest for around about a month.