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Somerset signs Imam-ul-Haq for last four contests 

July 4, 2022 06:03 PM


Imam-ul-Haq, Pakistan's opening batter in Tests and ODIs, has been signed by Somerset County Cricket Club for the final four County Championship games in 2022–23.

Somerset announced the signing of Imam for the final four games of the current English domestic season via Twitter.

BREAKING: Somerset County Cricket Club are delighted to announce the signing of Imam Ul Haq for the final four @CountyChamp matches of the season.

https://twitter.com/SomersetCCC/status/1543859677850640388

Imam stated in a statement issued by the club, "I have heard a lot about the quality of Somerset from Babar Azam and Azhar Ali.



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