Pakistan Cricket Board is facing another major problem, although at the domestic level, with 41 players being spotted with suspect bowling action.
Among those found to have illegal action, some had played in the last under-19 nationals, a report in national daily Dawn said.
Keeping in mind the future of the youngsters, the PCB was toying with the idea of imposing a four-week ban on them, the report said.
Suspect action has been a concern for the PCB with some of its leading bowlers like Shoaib Akhtar, Shabbir Ahmed and Shoaib Malik being reported at the international level.
The list of offenders: Saleem Haider (Okara), Shaharyar Hussain (Multan), Irfan Bashir (Khanewal), Zaheer Aslam (Kasur), Aqeel Ahmed (Faisalabad), Tariq Mahmood (Sialkot), Ahsan Sheikh (Muridke), Mujahid Ali (Lahore) Ahmed Nasim (Lahore), Nadeem Javed (Sheikhupura), Rizwan Ahmed, (Lahore), Asim Mumtaz (Rawalpindi), Asad Zahid (Rawalpindi), Mudassar Manzoor (Mirpur Khas), Munir Ansari (Rawalpindi), Noor-ul Ameen (Multan), Misbah Khan (Karachi), Mohammad Aslam (Quetta), Aftab Ahmed Khan (Karachi), Nauman Hussain (Karachi), Agha Shariq (Mirpur Khas), Irfan-ud-Din (Karachi), M Nadeem Khan (Faisalabad), Wasim Hussain, (Faisalabad), Asif Manzoor (Faisalabad), Amjad Hussain (Multan), Aftab Hussain (Multan), Kaleem Mazhar (Lahore), Iftikhar Ahmed (Islamabad), Ahmad Rizwan (Islamabad), Arshad Mahmood (Abbotabad), Najam-ul-Hasan (Attock), Qasim Maqsood (Rawalpindi), Adeel Beg (Rawalpindi), Rafiqullah (Rawalpindi), M Furrukh (Rawalpindi), Abdul Aziz (Rawalpindi), Athar (Karachi), Shamir Khattak (Karachi), Talib Abbas (Hyderabad), Fayyaz Ahmed (Hyderabad).