Pakistan, who were T20 WC champions in 2009, will be without their key spinner Saeed Ajmal who is suspended from international cricket after his knocking down some pins activity was discovered unlawful a month ago. Pakistan will likewise miss the administrations of Mohammad Hafeez, who has been discounted of activity for two weeks because of a hand damage.
Ajmal had been courageously shouldering Pakistan's knocking down some pins assault, having taken 85 wickets in 63 Twenty20 matches - the most elevated by any bowler in this format. The wily spinner has missed just three T20 matches out of the 66 Pakistan have played since his presentation in 2009.
Pakistan had a hopeless T20 WC in Bangladesh in April where they neglected to achieve the last four without precedent for five versions of the competition. That provoked skipper Hafeez to venture down, giving the obligation to all-rounder Shahid Afridi for a moment time.