Pacer Hasan Ali is likely to make a comeback against South Africa and so, here is a look at who else could find a place in the squad during the upcoming home series.
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Hasan Ali Likely To Play Against South Africa Ahead Of Naseem Shah
Hasan showed good fitness and form both with both the ball and the bat in the recently concluded Quaid-e-Azam Trophy. Hence, the 26 year old is likely to make a comeback in the national squad for the series against the Proteas.
Naseem Shah who completely failed to impress in England and New Zealand then is likely to be dropped to accommodate the senior bowler.
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Imam-ul-Haq Ahead Of Shan Masood
The out-of-form Shan Masood is likely to make way for Imam-ul-Haq who was sent home from the New Zealand tour owing to an injury. Imam then is almost certain to open in the Test matches alongside Abid Ali.
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Who Else Could Be Included And Who Else could Lose Their Place?
Haris Sohail, Zafar Gohar and Yasir Shah could all find them selves in trouble. While Babar Azam is likely to replace Haris; Zahid Mahmood or Bilal Asif might replace Zafar Gohar in the squad and Yasir Shah in the playing eleven. There still seems no place for senior batsman Asad Shafiq who lost his position in the Pakistan’s Test eleven after the series in England.