Leeds Set to Witness Haris Rauf’s Thunderous Pace in 1st T20I against England”

Haris Rauf, a fast bowler for Pakistan, is expected to return from injury in the first Twenty20 International match against England later this month, increasing his chances of being named in the team of 15 players for the T20 World Cup in the Americas.

Before the first Twenty20 International match in Leeds on May 22, Haris began training with the Pakistani team, according to a team official in England.

During the first part of the Pakistan Super League in February, one of the nation’s top T20 bowlers, Haris, sustained a groin injury. “He is looking sharp and bowling with rhythm in the nets,” the official stated.

According to the official, Haris had reacted favorably to treatment and had followed the physicians’ recommendations for rehabilitation.

The decision over whether to get Haris back into international cricket against England or to allow him more time to heal for the World Cup will now be made by the Pakistani team’s medical panel, which consists of the team doctor, physiotherapist, trainer, and head coach,” he continued.

According to a team source, skipper Babar Azam was eager to see how Haris would fare in the first Twenty20 International, since Pakistan’s selectors will be deciding on the final 15 players for the World Cup by May 24

Prior to the World Cup in the USA and the West Indies in June, Pakistan will play four Twenty20 Internationals (T20Is) in England.

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