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Mushtaq Ahmed uncovers which player's nonattendance is a major blow for Pakistan

Amazing leg-spinner Mushtaq Ahmed has conceded that spinner Shadab Khan's nonappearance from the national group is a "major hit to Pakistan".

Mushtaq Ahmed uncovers which player's nonattendance is a major blow for Pakistan
Mushtaq Ahmed uncovers which player's nonattendance is a major blow for Pakistan
Shadab, who was incorporated into Pakistan's World Cup squad, was determined to have an infection, which was accounted for to be Hepatitis C, and will require in any event a month to recuperate. 

As indicated by the Pakistan Cricket Board, Shadab went to see "Dr Patrick Kennedy, incredibly famous gastroenterologist and hepatologist with an uncommon enthusiasm for liver infection in first class sportsmen". 

The 20-year-old will currently experience more blood tests in Lahore, upon where it will be chosen whether he will be fit for the World Cup. 

Shadab was managed out of the progressing restricted overs arrangement against England, and was supplanted by individual spinner Yasir Shah. 

Shadab was managed out of the progressing restricted
Shadab was managed out of the progressing restricted

"Shadab's nonappearance is a major hit to Pakistan however ideally he will be fit in time for the World Cup. The group the board must be concerned in light of the fact that they had shaped a decent group mix," Mushtaq told cricketpakistan.com.pk. "He can get wickets in the center overs while likewise having a decent googly. 

"In the event that you see [captain] Sarfraz [Ahmed] additionally depends intensely on Shadab and rushes to expedite him to bowl when the group needs a wicket." 

Pakistan will commence their World Cup battle against the West Indies in Nottingham on May 31


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