After a head injury in a training session the young Pakistani middle-order woman, Azam Khan, had been excluded from the second and third T20I against the West Indies.
After a head blow during the batting on Friday, Khan was rushed to the hospital. Medical specialists have said that the degree of the injuries will be monitored for the next 24 hours. On Monday, he will be re-evaluated to find out whether he is totally recovered and safe.
After the reassessment under the Concussion Protocol, his participation in the fourth T20I will be verified to guarantee that the injury is not having long-term consequences.
The second T20i is set for (31 July) for Providence Stadium, Guyana, and is expected to replace Khan with Sohaib Maqsood. Currently, the four-game series is 0-0 with the first T20I canceled by severe rain.
The Southern African former Captain of the Pakistani Super League, Faf Du Plessis, was likewise the victim of lengthy commotion (PSL).
After that, he was excluded from the rest of the competition and has not returned.