Karachi Kings, who have got a terrible beginning to this year's Pakistan Super League (PSL) after having lost all three matches, have got good news as their ace-pacer Mohammad Amir is expected to return after recovering from the injury and joined the team during the practice session on Tuesday.
It should be noted that Amir's return will come as a respite for the struggling Babar Azam-led team as a lot depends on him if they are to lift this year's PSL trophy.
The Kings have been in trouble these days, having lost the three matches against Multan Sultans, Quetta Gladiators, and Lahore Qalandars comprehensively.
Amir, after missing out in the first three matches, was seen bowling with full rhythm at the practice session at the High-Performance Centre Karachi today.
The analysts have cited the absence of an experienced pacer in the squad as one of the reasons for the current fate of the home team.
The Kings will play their fourth match of the season on February 4 against Peshawar Zalmi and Amir is expected to be part of the playing XI.