Decision on Umar Gul in few days: Malik

thecheers.org    2007-11-26 04:46:01    

New Delhi, Nov 26 : Decision on injured Pakistani fast bowler Umar Gul will be taken in two-three days, skipper Shoaib Malik said here on Monday.
Decision on injured Pakistani fast bowler Umar Gul will be taken in two-three days, skipper Shoaib Malik said here on Monday.

Speaking at the post-match press conference at the end of first Test match against India at the Ferozshah Kotla stadium, Malik said, "A decision on Gul will be taken after he undergoes a fitness test in the next two-three days."

Gul's scan report was sent to the Pakistan Cricket Board's (PCB) Medical Commission for evaluation.

A lot depends on the evaluation before a final decision is taken on the bowler's inclusion in the team for the second Test, beginning November 30 in Kolkata.
ul was ruled out of the first Test of the ongoing series due to a back injury.

Earlier, the Pakistan team management said that the decision to rest Gul was taken as a "precautionary measure." (ANI)
© 2007 ANI


TAGS: Other-sports   


more
Clark fears Oz has given away home ground advantage to India

Australian bowler Stuart Clark fears that his team has forfeited a degree of home-ground advantage by allowing India to begin its Test tour in Melbourne and has urged administrators to schedule future series-openers in Brisbane or Perth.

Over 2, 300 runners brave chilly weather to take part in Delhi

Braving the chilly weather, over 2, 300 people today participated in Indian open marathon held under the aegis of Athletics Federation of India (AFI) in Delhi.

Oz team to face two-mln dollar fine if it opts out of Pakistan tour
21.Dec 2007
Australia is set to face two million-dollar penalty if ...read

Narain Karthikeyan felicitated
20.Dec 2007
India's fastest man on wheels, Narain Karthikeyan, w...read

Kiwi all-rounder Oram postpones wedding to play in IPL
20.Dec 2007
New Zealand all-rounder Jacob Oram has ...read



No rift in Pak cricket team: Shoaib Malik

Aussies favourite sport is tennis and swimming, not cricket

Indian cricketers angry over 1.5-million dollar tax bouncer

Don Bradman is still numero uno among cricket players in better ranking system

Yousuf faces loss of three lakh dollars per annum