On Friday, during the third day of the four-day match against Prime Minister’s XI, Pakistan spinner Abrar Ahmed said his right leg hurt. He was then taken for an MRI scan. The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) said that the leg-spinner was taken off the pitch on Friday after bowling eight overs. The board said that after the complaint, the 25-year-old was sent for an MRI scan. More information about the scan will be given when it’s ready. It also said that the MRI reports would be looked at by a group of doctors.
Pak vs Aus: Abrar Ahmed gets MRI in Canberra
So far, Abrar has bowled 27 overs in the game against Prime Minister’s XI. The four-day game was planned so that Pakistan could get ready for their three-match Test series against Australia, which will start on December 14, 2023, and end on January 7, 2024. The South Asian teams have always had difficulty on the Australian tour because the pitches are always very lively. Earlier, pacer Haris Rauf also pulled out of the three-match Test series, saying he wasn’t fit enough for a match. This caused a lot of controversy and made PCB officials, like Chief Selector Wahab Riaz and Team Director Muhammad Hafeez, angry.