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Pakistan's Imad Wasim allowed time to pass fitness test for WC

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all-rounder is set to travel with the team for the World Cup, beginning May 30 in England.

There have been speculations about Imad's It is believed that the 30-year-old has not passed the fitness test that 22 probables underwent on Monday, but he will undergo test ahead of as Board (PCB) officials are convinced he will clear it, ESPNcricinfo reported.

PCB has not disclosed the results of the test. Moreover, the case of Imad received the most intense scrutiny, especially since he had been nursing a flare-up of the that has hampered him for a while now, ESPNcricinfo added.

Following the conclusion of series against in the UAE on March 31, Imad had been working on his rehabilitation at the National Academy. The scans revealed that Imad's does not inhibit his ability with either bat or ball and the medical staff is confident that he will recover before the commencement of the marquee event.

Since the coaching staff was impressed by the inputs of Imad in the past weeks, the all-rounder got some time to pass the fitness test. Earlier, there were talks that Imad would undergo the test before April 18 -- the day chief selector will announce squad -- but the current health status made the clearing of test doubtful.

It is believed that Inzamam and have finalised a 15-man squad for and two additional that will form a 17-man squad for the ODI series against England, starting May 8.

will depart for England on April 22. The team will play against and in the warm-ups before opening its World Cup campaign against on May 31 at the Trent Bridge,

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First Published: Wed, April 17 2019. 13:49 IST