Pakistan batsman Ahmed Shehzad has tested positive for a banned substance and will be charged later on Tuesday, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has said.
The PCB announced in June that a player had failed a doping test but refused to reveal the name of the team member or the charges they faced until a chemical report was completed, as per the International Cricket Council´s (ICC) regulations.
"Independent Review Board Report on doping case has been received by PCB.
Cricketer Ahmed Shehzad has tested positive for a banned substance.
PCB will issue charge sheet today," the governing body said on its verified Twitter account.
Shehzad, 26, has struggled to nail down a place in the Pakistan squad in recent years but played in the two-match Twenty20 series at Scotland in June, where he scored a combined 38 runs as the visitors recorded commanding victories.