Pakistan’s cricket scene is currently dealing with a spate of injuries among its young pacers. Among the sidelined players are Ihsanullah and Mohammad Wasim Jr., both recovering from their respective injuries. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) recently provided an update on these two and two other promising fast bowlers.

The PCB Medical Panel, comprising Prof. Rana Dilawaiz Nadeem, Dr. Mumraiz Naqshband, and Prof. Javed Akram, is managing the recovery of these injured players.

Arshad Iqbal, a right-arm fast bowler, is on the mend from an ankle injury. He’s been referred to ASPETAR in Qatar, a renowned orthopaedic and sports medicine hospital. His appointment and travel arrangements are set to be finalized after the Eid Al Adha holidays.

Ihsanullah, another talented right-arm fast bowler, is nursing a right elbow injury. He began his initial rehabilitation at the National Cricket Academy (NCA) and will continue his recovery in his hometown of Swat. His rehabilitation will be overseen by a physiotherapist who has been approved by the PCB Medical Panel.


All-rounder Mohammad Wasim Jr., who suffered a back injury during a domestic tournament, is also undergoing rehab at the NCA. After the Eid Al Adha holidays, he will return to the NCA to continue his recovery process.

Zeeshan Zameer, another right-arm fast bowler, is set to undergo surgery in Qatar next week due to an ankle injury. ASPETAR made this decision after reviewing his medical reports earlier this month. Following his surgery, Zeeshan may stay in Qatar to complete his rehabilitation.

These injury updates highlight the PCB’s efforts to ensure the best possible care for their players, aiming for a swift and complete recovery for these promising pacers.

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