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Hafeez, Junaid start training in NCA

LAHORE: Pakistan star all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez and fast bowler Junaid Khan have started training in National Cricket Academy (NCA) after recovering from the injury.

Both men were in the World Cup squad but ruled out from the team due to injuries.

Junaid had suffered a hamstring injury during the training session in Gaddafi stadium Lahore when he slipped due to wet out field.

On the other hand Hafeez had suffered calf injury during the series against new Zealand and was sent back to the country.

According to reports, Hafeez and Junaid has started training in the NCA and soon will start bowling and batting practice as well.

It is pertinent to mention here that Mohammad Hafeez will go for International Cricket Council (ICC) official reassessment following full recovery from injury.

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