Muhammad Hafeez’s Bowling action :-
Pakistani all-round cricketer Mohammad Hafeez bowls during a net practice session at Dubai International Stadium in Dubai on December 7, 2014. All-rounder Mohammad Hafeez was suspended for an illegal bowling action the International Cricket Council said December 7, becoming the second Pakistan player after Saeed Ajmal to be punished for the same offence in the past three months. The 34-year-old — who has been cleared twice before over the same claims — had his action reported during the first Test against New Zealand in Abu Dhabi last month. AFP PHOTO / AAMIR QURESHI (Photo credit should read AAMIR QURESHI/AFP/Getty Images)
Cricket Opinion: 2014 bouncing action is shaving on Muhammad Hafeez, between Pakistan and Sri Lanka as well as Emperors, after dismissing their bowling action, have been troubled again for Mohammad Hafeez.
According to the rules, it is necessary to examine the bowling action in fourteen days, and the Pakistan Cricket Board has sent the ICC that Mohammad Hafeez’s bio-mechanic test should be done on November 1, sources. That is not the answer from the ICC yet, but the ICC will be received in the next two days, and their bowling action will be reviewed in England.
If Mohammad Hafeez Bowling failed to clear bowling action then experts say he will face difficulties in making them place in the team.