The PCB has confirmed that opening batsman Ahmed Shehzad is the player who tested positive in a recent dope test. Shehzad has been issued a notice of charge.
Pakistan opener Ahmed Shehzad could be banned from cricket for up to four years after failing a drug test conducted during a domestic tournament in April, the country's cricket authorities confirmed on Tuesday.
Although there has been no specific reason given for the delay, a PCB official previously told ESPNcricinfo that the review board of the government's anti-doping agency was doing a thorough check of the lab results.
In fact, the report was received by PCB on Tuesday.
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Pakistan's cricketers have a history of failing tests for performance enhancing drugs. PCB will issue charge sheet today. However, as per the rules of the International Cricket Council, PCB had not revealed the cricketer's name. But under ICC rules PCB can not name the player or charge-sheet him until the chemical report is confirmed by the Anti-Dope Agency of the government. We should have an answer in a day or two. The report from India arrived yesterday, confirming results of the previous test. The issuance of the notice comes over two months after the test but Shehzad now has 14 days to respond. Shehzad was the highest run-scorer as he scored 372 runs with three fifties and a century for Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.
However, Shehzad was part of the Pakistan squad that won the two-match T20I series against Scotland.
Since making his Test debut in 2013, he has scored 983 runs in 13 matches.