Azhar, Hafeez may face disciplinary action

Ali and Hafeez have refused to take part in the camp due to Amir (pictured above)

Ali and Hafeez have refused to take part in the camp due to Amir (pictured above)

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Pakistan ODI captain Azhar Ali and veteran batsman Mohammad Hafeez may face disciplinary action after they refused to attend the ongoing conditioning camp in Lahore due to the presence of left-arm seamer Mohammad Amir.

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PCB: Amir eligible for national selection

"His selection for the national team, for which he is eligible, would depend on the selectors"

“His selection for the national team, for which he is eligible, would depend on the selectors”

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The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) have confirmed that left-arm pace bowler Mohammad Amir is eligible for national selection as he has completed his rehabilitation programme after serving a five-year ban for his role in a spot-fixing scandal in 2010.

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Amir included in national camp training squad

Amir has a chance of making his international comeback against New Zealand

Amir has a chance of making his international comeback against New Zealand

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Pakistan left-arm pace bowler Mohammad Amir has taken one step closer to making his international return after he was included in a 26-man squad for a conditioning camp at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore ahead of Pakistan’s upcoming tour of New Zealand.

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Zaheer hoping Ishant can continue to have an impact in ongoing Test series against England

"He has been on top of his game and it is always frustrating when you get injury of that magnitude when the team needs you most"

“He has been on top of his game and it is always frustrating when you get injury of that magnitude when the team needs you most”

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India left-arm pace bowler Zaheer Khan has announced that he is hoping fellow seamer Ishant Sharma can continue to have an impact in the ongoing Test series against England.

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