Place of Hasan Ali in the final playing 11 is in danger. However, He was injured in a practice match against Leicestershire.
One of the main fast bowlers of Pakistan, Hasan Ali, injured while catching in a warm-up match. However, if injury remains for more days then his position in the final squad will be in danger. Pakistan and England will play first test at Lords from 24 May.
Cliffe Deacon, the Pakistan team’s physiotherapist, said that Hasan Ali split the webbing between index finger and thumb. The medical team surveyed the bowler and stiches were given as a careful step.
Cliffe Deacon said that he would attempt to keep Hasan Ali away from the training session and allow him to get his injury to recuperate. Rejecting gossipy tidbits that Hasan Ali won’t not be in the final squad that takes the field on Thursday, Cliffe Deacon said that now he is available for the inclusion.
Then again, Mohammad Amir demonstrated his fitness as Pakistan drew their last warm-up contest on Monday. Mohammad Amir was one of a few first-decision players rested from the match against Leicestershire in the wake of anguish a repeat of a longstanding knee issue. The issue repeated amid Pakistan’s five-wicket triumph over Test debutants Ireland in Malahide, Dublin.