LAHORE: Pakistani spinner Raza Hasan, who was banned from all forms of cricket over doping, is set to make his comeback after completing his punishment.
Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) had carried out dope tests during in 2015 in Karachi. Hasan was handed a two-year ban after being tested positive for the use of banned substances.
The spinner did not appeal against the punishment.
In order to be cleared by PCB, he has to pass four tests. The 22-year old has given three medical examinations so far.
Since making his debut in 2012, he has played 10 Twenty20 internationals for his country. He went on to participate in the World T20 in 2012, where he grabbed three wickets in four matches.