Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Irfan will join the squad for their ODI matches opposite Sri Lanka to improve a clash after their 2-0 Test array defeat, a house central pronounced on Tuesday. The 32-year-old, who binds a record of being a tallest-ever cricketer during 7 feet one inch, will fly out in time for a first ODI in Hambantota on Saturday.
Junaid Khan was strike on a conduct while hooking a smoothness during Pakistan’s 105-run better in a 2nd Test, that finished on Monday. The fast bowler harmed a hip during a 2nd T20 general opposite South Africa in Dubai in November last year, and has given recovered but surgery. He featured in a domestic T20 tournament in February and felt no pain.
Mohammad Irfan has so distant played 4 Tests, 27 ODIs and Seven T20 internationals. Pakistan will play a one-day warm-up match in Moratuwa on Wednesday before a start of an ODI series. The other dual ODIs will be played in Colombo on August 27 and Dambulla on August 30.