Hafeez will be tested for his bowling action at the Loughborough University bio-mechanics lab under the supervision of experts.
The experienced opening batsman was reported for suspect bowling action for the third time in the third one-day against Sri Lanka in November last year.
The all-rounder had also been reported in 2014 and 2015 respectively. But he managed to get his action cleared with a remodeled action.
The former Pakistan captain, in fact, had only resumed bowling again last December after completing a 12-month ban and getting his action cleared in Brisbane.
The ICC had banned Hafeez for a year from bowling in July, 2015 and before that also in December, 2014.
Hafeez said that he was confident of clearing the test. APP/AFP