Pre-World Cup injuries led Pakistan to make changes to their squad.
The new team is a somewhat modified version of the Asia Cup team, as was to be expected. According to rumors, the selection committee, the captain, and the head coach decided on the new World Cup squad.
Despite spinner Abrar Ahmed possibly being added to the World Cup team, the selection committee reportedly decided not to change the squad announced for the Asia Cup.
In order to finalize the selection, Chief Selector Inzamam-ul-Haq will speak with Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Chairman Zaka Ashraf in a few days, and the PCB head will provide his approval for the names.
The World Cup squad is anticipated to be revealed by the Pakistan Cricket Board the following week as authorities assess the availability of players who sustained injuries during the last Asia Cup.
Key pacer Naseem Shah’s probable absence from the World Cup as a result of a shoulder injury dealt a blow to Team Green, but the PCB has not yet made any official statements following his exclusion.
Agha Salman is recovering from a face injury, and Imam ul Haq, the tournament opener, also has a back ailment. The tournament’s second big participant, Haris Rauf, is anticipated to be healthy.