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Ajmal will feature in Pakistan ‘A’ team against Kenya

Saeed Ajmal has been named in squad for one-day games for Pakistan 'A' against Kenya. He will travel to Chennai to undergo biomechanic tests this month. “Ajmal will feature in a couple of games against Kenya as it was not an international series. It is a representative series so he will play in the last two matches against Kenya and one or two practice games against them in Lahore," said an official. Ajmal and Mohammad Hafeez will move to the International Cricket Council's (ICC) accredited laboratory in Chennai. "Hafeez will go this week to Chennai directly from Dubai for his informal test and is waiting for his visa and Ajmal will travel from Lahore after playing the Kenya matches," Sheikh said. Ajmal wants to check his bowling action during the last week of December for an official biomechanics test that will decide whether he can be cleared to take part in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015.

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