Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Amir is all set to play in the high-octane Champions Trophy final against arch-rival India after recovering fully from a back spasm.
Team administration confirmed the news about Amir's participation in the final match against title-holders India at the Kennington Oval on Sunday, the Dawn reported.
The 25-year-old was also seen practising at the Oval ground on Friday, two days ahead of the match.
Amir was earlier forced to sit-out during his side's surprising eight-wicket win over England in the first semi- final of the eight-team marquee event at the Sophia Gardens in Cardiff on Wednesday.
Rumman Raees had replaced him in Pakistan's Playing XI during that match.