Mohammad Hasnain might be suspended from bowling in domestic, international cricket

Pakistani fast bowler, Mohammad Hasnain can be suspended from bowling in domestic and international cricket since the umpires in the Big Bash League (BBL 11) have reported and suspected his bowling action.

The bowler was set to undergo a Test in regards in Australia but since there is an ICC-accredited biomechanics laboratory in Lahore, he has been sent back to Pakistan for testing. The results may take fourteen days to arrive. 

If the results will hint at the illegal bowling action, Hasnain will not be seen bowling until he corrects his bowling style.

Subsequently, the young man will be out of the Pakistan Super League (PSL 2022) fold set to kick-start from 27th January. The Quetta Gladiators' bowler, however, may still bowl in the initial games in case, if he is allowed to bowl until the results arrive. 

It must be noted that the league has not allowed players with suspected bowling action to participate in the league previously. 

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