Hasan Ali

Hasan Ali released from T20 World Cup squad

In a recent update from the cricket world, Pakistan’s fast bowler, Hasan Ali, has been released from the national team’s squad for the upcoming T20 World Cup 2024. This decision allows Hasan to fulfill his commitments with Warwickshire in county cricket. Hasan Ali was initially included in the squad as a backup for Haris Rauf, who was recovering from an injury. Fortunately, Rauf has regained full fitness and is ready to participate in the ongoing T20I series against England. This recovery has led to the decision to release Hasan from the World Cup team.

In his last T20 International appearance, Hasan did not take any wickets and conceded 42 runs in his spell against Ireland on May 14. Over his T20 career for Pakistan, Hasan has taken 60 wickets in 50 innings, maintaining an economy rate of 8.45. The Pakistani squad, originally comprising 18 members for the series against Ireland and England, will be trimmed down to 15 for the World Cup, with two additional players traveling as reserves.

The World Cup is set to start on June 1, hosted by the United States and West Indies. The final squad for the World Cup will be announced in the coming days, with the deadline for the announcement set for May 24. Any changes post-deadline will require approval from the International Cricket Council’s Event Technical Committee.

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