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Hafeez flies to India to clear his bowling action

Pakistan’s all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez went to India on Monday to clear his bowling action in time for next year’s Cricket World Cup 2015. He was reported for his suspect bowling action during the first Test against New Zealand in Abu Dhabi and he was suspended after a bio-mechanical test found it was illegal because he is bowling above permitted level by 15 degrees and which has been established. Hafeez’s suspension was a second one for Pakistan after their main spinner Saeed Ajmal was also banned over his illegal action in September. Ajmal decide to withdrawal from the cricket world cup 2015 as he may not clear his bowling action before the January 7 which is last date to announce a final 15-man squad for the mega event in Australia and New Zealand which starts on February 14.

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