The selection of the Amir World Cup has a great blow

The left arm pacemaker Mohammad Amir was excluded from the third international match of a day (ODI) against England after it was reported that he might be suffering from a chickenpox infection. According to Daily Express, Amir’s infection, which made him stay out during the second ODI, has intensified and it is very possible that it turns out to be chicken pox.

The infection could mean that Amir’s chances of joining the World Cup squad of the International Cricket Council (ICC) of 2019 are now quite grim. Amir was part of Pakistan’s 17-strong squad for the England tour, but his inclusion in the 2019 World Cup contingent was linked to his performance during the series…The selection of the Amir World Cup has a great blow