Vice-captain of Pakistan cricket team unlikely to play in first ODI against Zimbabwe
The vice-captain of the Pakistan cricket team, Shadab Khan has become unfit, after which his participation in the first ODI against Zimbabwe has become doubtful.
Shadab Khan has suffered a left thigh injury which has cast doubt on his participation in the first ODI to be played on October 30.
The all-rounder could not lead the Pakistan Whites in the second practice match at Gaddafi Stadium due to a foot injury.
The Pakistan team will leave Lahore today for Rawalpindi to play ODI and T20 series against Zimbabwe.
Zimbabwe cricket team arrived in Pakistan almost a week ago for a series of one-day internationals and T20 matches against Pakistan.
The Zimbabwean team reached Islamabad Airport via Dubai from where the players and staff of the visiting team were taken to the hotel under tight security.