According to Mohammad Hafeez, the deliveries which were subjected of suspect action seemed absolutely normal to him and is confident that it won't be a problem to clear the test in England © Getty Images
According to Mohammad Hafeez, the deliveries which were subjected of suspect action seemed absolutely normal to him and is confident that it won’t be a problem to clear the test in England © Getty Images

Karachi: Nov 21, 2014

Pakistan ace off-spinner Mohammad Hafeez has admitted that he will be cleared of a suspect bowling action in England next week that was reported during the first Test match against New Zealand in Abu Dhabi last week, which Pakistan won by 248 runs.

Hafeez stated that suspected deliveries , which were shown to him, appeared to be normal deliveries. According to him, he has never added any variation into his bowling during his entire career and hopes to play his natural game in the future as he has been playing, the Dawn reported.

Hafeez’s bowling action will be tested at Loughborough University on Monday. He further said that he needs to go through a protocol and there is nothing complex in it. Hafeez was also reported for a suspected bowling action against India during the Champions League Twenty20 (CLT20) in September.

The off-spinner was named in the ICC ODI team of the year earlier this month.