The trio of Shah brothers to play for Islamabad United in PSL 9

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The trio of Shah brothers to play for Islamabad United in PSL 9

In the Pakistan Super League (PSL) season nine draft, Islamabad United selected pacers, Hunain Shah and Ubaid Shah, completing the trio of Shah brothers in their squad.

Before the draft, the two-time champions had sent Naseem Shah to the Quetta Gladiators.

Hunain, 20, has been playing a lot of domestic cricket for the last two years, while Ubaid, 19, performed excellently in the ongoing U19 Asia Cup and at the junior level.

For the first time, three brothers will play for the same team in the PSL 9, and it will be interesting to see if they play together or not.

Islamabad United’s PSL 9 team:

Jordan Cox, Naseem Shah, Shadab Khan, Tymal Mills, Azam Khan, Salman Ali Agha, Qasim Akram, Shahab Khan, Rumman Raees, Hunain Shah, Ubaid Shah, Shamyl Hussain, Alex Hales, Colin Munro, Matthew Forde, and Shamyl Hussain all appeared.

Remember that Naseem Shah has begun his last phase of recovery at the National Cricket Academy (NCA) in Lahore.

After suffering an injury during the Asia Cup in September, the young pacer had surgery in the United Kingdom. His healthcare costs were paid for by the PCB, and he was under constant watch from a group of highly skilled doctors during his two-month stay in the UK for rehabilitation and first training after the surgery.

Under the care of a physiotherapist, a doctor, and a strength and conditioning coach, Naseem’s recovery is being continued at NCA, Lahore. He is currently working out lightly at the gym and practicing his bowling slightly.

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