Misfired ‘doosras’: Ajmal back from testing

Ajmal, who had to fly to Australia in order to get tests done on his action will return on August 27.


Our Correspondent August 26, 2014

KARACHI:


Pakistan’s ace off-spinner Saeed Ajmal is all set to take part in the third and last one-dayer of the ongoing three-match series with Sri Lanka to be played on August 30.


Ajmal, who had to fly to Australia in order to get tests done on his action will return on August 27.

The off-spinner had been earlier reported for suspected action in the first Test match against Sri Lanka which forced him to miss the first and second ODI.

This is for the second time in his career that Ajmal has been reported for suspected action and there have been reports that around 20 of his deliveries were deemed illegal by the umpires in their report.

Published in The Express Tribune, August 27th, 2014.

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COMMENTS (2)

nazrul | 7 years ago | Reply

Conspiracy of big 3 against saeed ajmal

Fawad | 7 years ago | Reply

First he is a Pakistani bowler, offcourse ICC and Big3 are always scared of our bowlers when they perform consistent. Big3 wants to make ajmal demoralized so that he doesn't bowl at his full potential if bowling action changes.

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