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PCB had asked ICC to reassess Hafeez’s bowling action before Cricket World Cup 2015

The PCB has asked the International Cricket Council (ICC) to reassess Mohammad Hafeez's bowling action before Cricket World Cup 2015 which starts on February 14. A PCB official said that Hafeez was likely to take the test on February 4 in Brisbane. "We have requested the ICC to conduct the official bowling action test as soon as possible so that he can bowl in the Cricket World Cup 2015 which begins from Feb 14,"official said. Pakistan has lost its main spinner Saeed Ajmal due to his bowling action. If Hafeez also doesn’t clear his bowling action then this will be a big blow for Pakistan in Cricket World Cup 2015.


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