Meanwhile, the Pakistan batsman Ahmed Shehzad is charged for a banned substance by the board.
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Tuesday made a decision to issue a charge-sheet to Pakistan opener Ahmed Shehzad after his dope test was confirmed positive by an independent review board.
Pakistan opener Ahmad Shehzad failed a drug test conducted during a domestic tournament in April, the cricket authorities confirmed Tuesday, and could face a ban of up to four years. Independent Review Board report has suggested Shehzad was tested positive for the doping test. 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.
As per the reports, Ahmed Shehzad got tested during the Pakistan Cup.
Shehzad played for his country in last month's Twenty20 series in Scotland, where he scored a combined 38 runs as the visitors won both games. "PCB will issue charge sheet today", the PCB tweeted.
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"Pakistan government's anti-doping agency review board wanted to be very careful and double check because a senior player was involved, hence it asked an Indian lab to re-check tests", a PCB had source said.
Meanwhile, the Pakistan Cricket Board had revealed earlier that a player is tested positive for the doping test.
He was also not part of the one-day global squad which will play a five-match series against Zimbabwe starting Friday.
He was part of Pakistan s Twenty20 squad for the team s two global matches last month, managing scores of 14 and 24, but missed out on playing for the tri-series Twenty20 in Zimbabwe which ended Sunday.