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Pak vs Eng: Fast bowler Hassan Ali ruled out in first T20 due to leg strain

Pak vs Eng: Fast bowler Hassan Ali ruled out in first T20 due to leg strain
July 16, 2021

NOTTINGHAM (92 News) - Shocking news for the national team as fast bowler Hassan Ali has been ruled out in the first match of the T20 series between Pakistan and England due to leg strain.

Hasan Ali will not be a part of the playing XI today that takes on England at Trent Bridge.  The match will start in Nottingham at 10.30 pm Pakistan time. Shaheen determined to avenge the defeat in the ODI series.

Hassan Ali has been rested for the first of the three T20Is against England as a precautionary measure due to a strain in his left leg, which he picked during a training session at Trent Bridge on Thursday.

The fast bowler will now be assessed ahead of the second T20I, following which decision on his participation will be made.

Pakistan will attempt to shrug off their embarrassing 3-0 ODI series loss to a second-choice England squad Friday as they take on the hosts in the first T20I at Trent Bridge.

England will be emboldened by the return of skipper Eoin Morgan, Jason Roy, Jonny Bairstow, Moeen Ali, and Jos Buttler and four others who had to complete their period of isolation after seven members of the squad tested positive for coronavirus.

Trent Bridge will offer flat wickets and a shorter boundary for the batsmen to score more runs. Pakistan found its form late with the bat, scoring a mammoth 331 runs in the third and last ODI.