Very hand cricket latest news for Pakistan cricket team, Ahmad Shehzad, virat kohli of Pakistan, may Fit for PAK vs NZ ODIs 2014. Sohaib Maqsood has ruled out of the Pak vs NZ ODI series 2014-15 due top injury. It is to remind that After playing a match winning Shehzad 176 runs in Pakistan vs New Zealand 1st Test, he was hit a bouncer by Corey Anderson and got skull fracture. He was sent back and it was announced that he will not be able to play Pakistan vs NZ ODI Series 2014-15. Pak VS NZ five ODIs will be played after the Pak vs NZ Test and T20 series from December 8, 2014 as per Pakistan vs New Zealand schedule 2014-15. Pakistan vs NEw Zealand Series was consisted on only T20 international but after NZ cricket team arrived Pakistan Cricket board added one more T20 international in the tour with mutual consent of NZ cricket team.
The PCB, on Monday, in a press released gave an update on opener Ahmed Shehzad Skull injury that he will tested fitness is expected to be assessed again on Monday. He is advised to take rest for six week.
PCB also updated the status of fast bowler Wahab Riaz injury and stated he is fit completely and  recovered. He had started bowling in domestic matched and had bowled 68 overs in two Quaid-e-Azam league games for National Bank successfully. He might be picked for Pak vs NZ 1st ODI or for series. Junaid in the meanwhile is not fit and may miss Pak vs NZ ODi sereis and the ICCCWC2015, which is a big blow for him and Pakistan. Mohammad Hafeez, who was ruled out of the second Test due to a hamstring injury, is also recovering and had spent a few days at the National Cricket Academy on his rehabilitation. Hafeez had been reported for a suspect action after the Abu Dhabi Test and will have his action tested in Loughborough next week.ks but may start his physical work out from next week.

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