Aamer Yamin replaces Anwar in ODI squad
Anwar Ali, the fast-bowling allrounder, has been ruled out of Pakistan's ODI series in Zimbabwe. The selectors had initially picked Anwar for the ODI series but left him out for the two T20s preceding it, in order to give him time to recover from a minor groin injury. With Anwar failing to clear a fitness test, his place went to the uncapped Aamer Yamin.
Chairman PCB has approved the name of Amir Yamin in place of injured Anwer Ali in ODI squad against Zimbabwe 1/2— PCB Official (@TheRealPCB) September 27, 2015
Anwer Ali was named in ODI squad but he could not pass the fitness test 2/2— PCB Official (@TheRealPCB) September 27, 2015
Yamin, the 25-year-old allrounder from Multan, has played 25 first-class matches, in which he has scored 1058 runs at an average of 39.18, with three centuries, and taken 58 wickets at 28.34, with three five-wicket hauls.