Good news for Pakistan ahead of second test against South Africa

Good news for Pakistan ahead of second test against South Africa
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NEWLANDS - Pakistan has a good news ahead of the second test against South Africa.

Fast bowler Mohammad Abbas is fit and available for the second Test between Pakistan and South Africa starting January 3 in Cape Town.

Abbas, who had been ruled out of the first Test with a shoulder injury he developed in the second Test against New Zealand, will be part of the playing XI for the second Test, sources said.

Wicket-keeper batsman Mohammad Rizwan is also expected to be included in the team for the next match as a middle-order batsman.

According to sources, Rizwan will replace Asad Shafiq who scored a total of 13 runs in both the innings at Centurion.

Moreover, Haris Sohail who missed the first Test with a knee injury is also expected to make a comeback into the team provided he passes the fitness team.

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