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Pakistan’s Junaid Khan ruled out of cricket world cup 2015

Pakistan young pace bowler Junaid Khan has been ruled out of the cricket world cup 2015 after failing a fitness test on Monday. Left-arm pacer, who was suffered with hamstring injury during a training session in Lahore last month has failed to recover before cricket world cup 2015. The hamstring injury had kept Junaid Khan away from the two- match ODI series against New Zealand and allrounder Bilawal Bhatti was named as his replacement."Junaid Khan appeared in a fitness test and was not found fit to play the cricket World Cup 2015," a Pakistan Cricket Board spokesman said on Monday. Bhatti is likely to remain in the Pakistan squad as Junaid's replacement for cricket world cup 2015. Pakistan also missing Umar Gul who was very experienced bowler. Pakistan will play their first match against India on February 15.


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