Pakistan will begin remedial work on Mohammad Hafeez's bowling action immediately after it was deemed illegal by the ICC.
Pakistan opener Mohammad Hafeez could miss the second Test against New Zealand with a hamstring injury.
Mohammad Hafeez smashed an unbeaten 140 as Pakistan crushed Sri Lanka by 115 runs to go 2-1 up in the five-match series.
Mohammad Hafeez has been dropped by Pakistan for their upcoming Test with South Africa in Abu Dhabi.
Hamilton Masakadza's 85 helped Zimbabwe earn their first one-day international victory over Pakistan since 1998.
Umar Gul claimed 5-6 as Pakistan won the Twenty20 series against South Africa thanks to a 95-run victory in Centurion.
Sri Lanka skipper Mahela Jayawardene was full of praise for Rangana Herath after his side's World T20 semi-final win.
Mohammad Hafeez admits Pakistan's 94-run defeat to Australia has served as a timely "wake-up call" ahead of the T20 World Cup.
Michael Clarke is looking for Australia to improve their consistency away from home when they face Pakistan in the United Arab Emirates.
Sri Lanka batted out for a draw on the final day of the second Test against Pakistan after being set a target of 261 in 37 overs.
Pakistan dominated the opening day of their Test series in Bangladesh, bowling out their hosts for 135 before reaching 132-0 in reply.
Another impressive display from Mohammad Hafeez helped Pakistan wrap up a 2-0 series win over Zimbabwe.
Mohammad Hafeez helped Pakistan secure an 85-run win over Zimbabwe in T20 action.
Pakistan will try a new opening pair in their final World Cup Group A match against Australia.
Tri-Series in Australia 2015
Australia win by 112 runs
England's lack of aggression and power with the bat is a concern heading into the World Cup, says David Lloyd.
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Michael Clarke must skipper Australia in the World Cup if they are to stand a chance of winning the trophy, says Shane Warne.
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England's World Cup opponents will not relish the return of fit-again James Anderson, says Nick Knight.