The pacer returned to Pakistan due to passing away of his mother
Mohammad Amir is set to rejoin the Karachi Kings squad before the crucial game against Quetta Gladiators on Sunday in National Stadium Karachi.
The fast bowler had to leave Dubai for Pakistan due to the passing away of his mother on March 4.
The Kings squad was left without its most potent pace resource ahead of their final league game in the UAE against Multan Sultans.
According to Daily Express, the pacer is expected to join the team on Friday night or Saturday as he flies to Karachi.
The Kings have two league matches left. The first match pits them against the Quetta Gladiators and whereas Peshawar Zalmi are their next test.
To qualify for the playoffs, the Karachi Kings need at least one victory from these two matches.
Amir’s return provides a big boost for the Karachi Kings unit ahead of these crucial fixtures against two of the finest teams in the competition.
Peshawar Zalmi’s captain Wahab Riaz believes that his side can make up for the absence of star pacer Hasan Ali, who left for Islamabad United22/Feb/2021