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Pakistan has included Ajmal to their final squad of cricket world cup 2015

According to some media reports, Pakistan banned off-spinner Saeed Ajmal has been included in the final 15-man squad for the cricket world cup 2015. Ajmal was currently under ban of the International Cricket Council (ICC) for his suspect bowling action But the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) was hoping to get his action cleared before the start of the mega tournament. Ajmal will be allowed to play in the cricket world cup 2015 which is set to starts on February 14 of 2015 only if he get his action cleared. The Pakistan team management would be allowed to get in a replacement beyond the deadline if he was unable to clear the bowling action tests. Ajmal did not feature international cricket since the end of August and he played for Pakistan ‘A’ in a match against Kenya in Lahore and bowled he with an action with a lot of corrections.


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