Haris Rauf will have to pay PCB for turning down his Australia trip.

Haris Rauf will have to pay PCB for turning down his Australia trip. Haris Rauf will have to pay PCB for turning down his Australia trip. As to ESPNcricinfo, the Pakistan Cricket Board is contemplating the withholding of Haris Rauf’s No-Objection Certificate (NOC), which might cause a delay in his participation in the Big Bash League (BBL).

Haris Rauf’s NoC is expected to be withheld until at least December 11, or four days after the BBL begins, according to the cricket website.

There’s no guarantee that it will be approved right away. During his pre-departure news conference in Lahore, director cricketer Mohammad Hafeez is anticipated to talk about Rauf’s circumstances.

As the official explanation for the postponement, the PCB pointed to the current National T20 Cup in Pakistan, which ends on December 10. As for Haris Rauf, the board anticipates him competing the whole way.

The fast bowler chose not to participate in Pakistan’s Test series in Australia, as disclosed by Wahab Riaz, the country’s recently appointed head selector, last week.

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Though there are conflicting accounts of what transpired before Haris Rauf’s decision, Wahab expressed his displeasure with it.

It is not certain that this dispute will be resolved peacefully because Wahab has considerable influence over which players acquire NOCs and when in his capacity as head selector.

The Melbourne Stars, who signed Haris Rauf as a prominent player, are sure to take offence with his exclusion from the BBL.

More delays would also cause havoc with the plans of the BBL, which was first thought to merely affect the pace phenomenon during Pakistan’s five-match T20 series in New Zealand in mid-January.

This year, the BBL and Cricket Australia as a whole have made extensive use of Haris Rauf’s availability as a marketing tool in an effort to draw in supporters from the South Asian country.

Haris Rauf Bay is a special seating section at the MCG that the Melbourne Stars provided along with a “House of Rauf” Membership for the first three games this season, according to the website.

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