Lahore, Jun 30: Pakistan wicket-keeper Kamran Akmal is all set to make a return to the side, ahead of the World T20 to be held in Sri Lanka in September after getting clearance from the Integrity Committee of the Pakistan Cricket Board.
The wicket-keeper batsman has not been a part of the national team since 2011 World Cup which witnessed a heartbreaking loss against India in the semifinal of the World Cup at Mohali.
According to the sources, the wicket-keeper batsman might feature in the next month's T20 series against Australia and also be a part of the T20 World Cup squad having been cleared by the Integrity Committee of the PCB, as reported by The News.
Pakistan Cricket Board's Chief Selector Iqbal Qasim, also said that he had not received any official notification regarding the wicket-keeper batsman's clearance.
Kamran Akmal last played for Pakistan in September 2010, has represented the country in 53 Tests and 137 One-day internationals.