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Gul and Bhatti were out of ODI’s against New Zealand

Pakistan medium pacer Umar Gul and all-rounder Bilawal Bhatti have been ruled out of the remaining three ODI’s against New Zealand. Pakistan Selection Committee has drafted in fast bowler Anwar Ali and leg-spinner Yasir Shah as their replacement. Umar Gul returned to international cricket in the second T20I against New Zealand after suffering an injury during the T20 WC in Bangladesh in 2014. He played the first ODI but was left out of the second due to an ankle injury. Bhatti requires stitches after splitting the webbing between his fingers in the 1st ODI.

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