After fully recovering from dengue infection, Muhammad Hafeez will start his practise today.
Hafeez was afflicted with dengue fever last week and had to withdraw from the National T20 Cup’s first leg in Rawalpindi. He’ll play in the second leg, which kicks off on October 6 at Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore.
The all-rounder will inform his team, Central Punjab, about his availability after reassessing his fitness level following the training session.
Hafeez has been diagnosed with dengue fever.
According to family sources, Muhammad Hafeez was diagnosed with dengue fever on September 28.
The cricketer developed food poisoning immediately after landing in Islamabad for the National T20 Cup.
Hafeez withdrew from the first leg of the National T20 Cup due to a gastrointestinal infection, according to reports.
According to medical sources, doctors obtained a blood sample from the cricketer after he returned, and his dengue test came back positive.