05 August 2010

Yousuf gets UK Visa to join Pakistan squad for second test

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Former Pakistan cricket captain Mohammad Yousuf has been granted a UK Visa and will be considered for selection for the second Test against England which starts on Friday.

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Mohammad Yousuf has been granted a UK Visa to join the Pakistan team.

Yousuf was prevented from joining his country's squad earlier because he did not have the correct UK Visa, but the 35-year-old batsman has been given the green light and is expected to arrive in the country today.

Team manager Yawar Saeed said Yousuf had a visitor’s visa, which would not have allow him to play with the team, so there was a delay while a sportsperson’s visa application was processed by the British High Commission in Islamabad.

Yousuf was recalled for the second test at Edgbaston, which starts on Friday, following Pakistan's first-test defeat.

The cricketer has not played for his country since January after he was banned indefinitely following the tour to Australia.

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