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PCB grants NOCs to pacers Haris Rauf, Zaman Khan, leg-spinner Usama Mir for Big Bash League | Cricket News



NEW DELHI: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Monday issued no-objection certificates to fast bowlers Haris Rauf and Zaman Khan, along with leg-spinner Usama Mir, allowing them to participate in the upcoming edition of the Big Bash League (BBL).
PCB released an official statement to announce the approval for NOC to the players which read, “The Pakistan Cricket Board has issued no-objection certificates (NOC) to fast bowlers Haris Rauf, Zaman Khan and leg-spinner Usama Mir for the Big Bash League 2023-24.The board has issued the NOCs considering the workload of players and the future tours programme of the national men’s team.”
Rauf and Mir have been granted permission to participate in five matches each, whereas Zaman will be featured in four matches. The specified matches are scheduled to take place from December 7 to 28. Rauf and Mir will be representing the Melbourne Stars, while Zaman is set to play for the Sydney Thunder.
“The PCB understands that this decision is in the best interests of all the stakeholders involved while balancing the importance of game time with workload management. Haris and Usama have been granted NOCs for a total of five matches whereas Zaman has been granted NOC for four matches. All these games are set to take place from 7 to 28 December,” the statement further added.
Rauf is not included in Pakistan’s squad for the three-match Test series against Australia, commencing on December 14. Pakistan’s chief selector, Wahab Riaz, criticised the fast bowler for withdrawing from the upcoming Tests, expressing concern that Rauf’s decision could have a negative impact on the team.
During the announcement of the 18-member squad for Pakistan’s tour of Australia, the chief selector revealed that Rauf initially agreed to play Test cricket but later changed his decision, opting out of the format.
“We spoke to Haris Rauf for this tour. When we spoke to him two days ago, he gave his consent to play Test cricket for Pakistan. But last night he changed his mind, and now he doesn’t want to be part of this Test series. I’m revealing this because we should be honest with officials, teammates, and the public. We spoke to Haris and he was worried about his body and fitness, as well as his workload. Mohammad Hafeez and I sat with him and tried to facilitate him in every way. We told him even if he didn’t perform well there, we would accept it,” Wahab said earlier.
(With ANI inputs)

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