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Cricket World Cup 2015: PCB announced Rahat Ali as replacement for injured Junaid Khan

Rahat Ali
Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has announced Rahat Ali as replacement for injured Junaid Khan for the upcoming cricket world cup 2015. Junaid Khan was struggling from a Hamstring injury in the practice while preparing for the first ODI against New Zealand, Bilawal Bhatti was named as his replacement for the two ODI’s against New Zealand and many thought that he will continue in the world cup too. But PCB named medium fast bowler Rahat Ali as his replacement. Rahat Ali has taken 31 wickets in 11 tests and played one day international against Sri Lanka. "Rahat will be proceeding to Australia on the recommendation of chief selector, Moin Khan," said PCB spokesmen. Pakistan will start their world cup campaign against India on February 15.


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