امکان ہے کہ شاداب نہ ہوسکے قبل از میچ، ابرار کی شمولیت

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New Zealand has suffered a major setback as their key fast bowler, Lockie Ferguson, has been ruled out of the ICC World Cup match against Pakistan. According to media reports, Ferguson is unable to fully recover from a shoulder injury, and if he doesn’t become fully fit, Imran Tahir could be included in the team. This is the third time that vice-captain Ferguson has fallen victim to a shoulder injury.

Another blow has also been dealt to New Zealand, as during the match against South Africa, fast bowler Matt Henry was also ruled out of the World Cup due to an injury. Kyle Jamieson has been called in to replace him. James Neesham completed Henry’s remaining overs after bowling 5.3 overs against South Africa.

Captain Kane Williamson is also nursing a hamstring injury, while Lockie Ferguson and Trent Boult are not available for playing 11 due to illness.

It is clear that the match between Pakistan and New Zealand has now gained the status of a semi-final. If Pakistan wants to qualify for the top four, they must secure victories against both New Zealand and England. The decision will then be made based on the net run-rate between the two teams.

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