Kamran Akmal, the Pakistan wicketkeeper who is awaiting clearance by the PCB's integrity committee, has been named in the country's provisional 30-man squad for September's World Twenty20. It is as yet unclear, though, as to whether Kamran was cleared by the committee. He had been summoned to appear before it on July 4.
Batsman Imran Nazir, who last played for Pakistan in February 2010, and allrounder Abdul Razzaq have also made the squad. All three players do not have central contracts.
In May, Iqbal Qasim, Pakistan's chief selector, had said Kamran needed to clear himself of integrity issues before being eligible for selection for the national team. He had last played for Pakistan at the 2011 World Cup, but has been active on the domestic circuit and had played the inaugural Bangladesh Premier League earlier this year.