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Pakistan’s World Cup prospects sustain a huge blow as its top bowlers – World No 1 Saeed Ajmal and World No 8 Mohammad Hafeez have been barred from bowling for illegal bowling action one after another and it is unlikely that the duo would be cleared before the World Cup However, occupying sixth spot in the international rankings, Pakistan will be putting its best to emulate their predecessors, who clinched the title in 1992 when it was last held Down Under, under the captaincy of Imran Khan.Pakistan has won 58 per cent of the matches it played in World Cups. Pakistan will begin the tournament campaign with a match against traditional rival. If Pakistan misses the services of its two top bowlers, towering Mohammad Irfan would be the top ranked bowler for the side, who is sitting at No 27. Skipper Misbah-ul-Haq is the top ranked batsman at No 14.

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