LAHORE – The Pakistani all-rounder Muhammad Hafeez has moved to England where he will be tested for bowling action at the Loughborough University biomechanics lab.

The right-arm spinner will undergo a biomechanics bowling test in England on April 17 where he will be informed whether he can continue with his current bowling action in international cricket or face another ban.

The 37-year-old Pakistani spinner was reported for a suspected bowling action last year after which ICC barred him from bowling.

It is the third time in his international career that his bowling action has been reported to the ICC by match officials.

Mohammad Hafeez reported for suspected bowling action again

The all-rounder had also been reported in 2014 and 2015 respectively over suspicious action but he managed to get his action cleared with a remodelled action.

The former skipper has said that he was confident of clearing the test.