Mohammad Amir had undergone another medical checkup on Friday which would determine his chances for making it back to the Pakistan squad in time for the upcoming ICC World Cup in England and Wales.
A source close to the matter has indicated that Amir, who is recovering from a suspected case of chickenpox, underwent a medical examination in London two days ago. He will be visiting the doctor again for a follow-up on his treatment and after that, his medical condition will be clear.
Whether he would be able to play in the fifth and final ODI of the ongoing series against England would be decided after the second checkup, the sources added. He is shifted to the residence of his in-laws so that the disease is not transmitted to his teammates.