Karachi Kings suffer major setback as Amir ruled out due to injury

Karachi Kings have suffered a major setback as their pacer, Mohammad Amir, has been ruled out of their next match due to a groin injury.

Kings are scheduled to take on Mutan Sultans on Wednesday, February 22 in Multan. The pacer will not travel with the squad to Multan and will instead complete his rehab in Karachi.

Kings will take on Sultans again on Sunday, February 26 in Karachi and the left-arm pacer is also expected to miss that encounter as well.

The injury list in HBL PSL 8 is growing as Karachi Kings pacer Mir Hamza was also recently ruled out of the rest of the tournament.

The left-arm pacer fractured his finger during Karachi’s first match against Peshawar Zalmi on Tuesday. He was replaced by another left-arm pacer, Akif Javed.

Kings registered their first win of the season on Sunday against Lahore Qalandars, after suffering three consecutive losses in first three games.

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