The uncertainty looms large over Pakistan’s pace spearhead Mohammad Amir as he finds himself entangled in visa complications ahead of the team’s crucial T20I series against Ireland and England. With the squad already reaching Dublin, Amir’s absence raises concerns about his participation in the upcoming matches.

Amir, who made a remarkable comeback to international cricket after a four-year hiatus, had been named in Pakistan’s squad for the T20I series against Ireland and England. However, his visa status remains in limbo, casting a shadow over his inclusion in the playing XI.

The left-arm pacer, now a permanent resident of the United Kingdom due to his marriage to a British national, had previously visited Ireland in 2018. Despite this, his visa for this year’s tour is still pending, leaving both him and the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) in a state of uncertainty.


While the PCB remains in constant communication with Cricket Ireland, hoping for a timely resolution, Amir’s absence from the traveling party raises concerns about the timeline for his visa approval.

With the series against Ireland scheduled to kick off on May 10, the short nature of the tour amplifies the uncertainty surrounding Amir’s involvement.

There is no clarity on when the visa will be granted, leaving both the PCB and Mohammad Amir eagerly awaiting a resolution and raising questions about the reasons behind the hold-up.

Amidst the visa saga, Pakistan’s upcoming fixtures against Ireland and England hang in the balance, with Amir’s potential absence posing a significant setback for the team.

With crucial matches on the horizon and the T20 World Cup 2024 looming large, the clock ticks as the cricketing fraternity awaits clarity on Amir’s visa status and his subsequent availability for the series.

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