Pakistani batsman Umar Akmal will not be available for the first Twenty20 against New Zealand on Friday because of a clothing breach.
Akmal has received a one-match ban for breaching the Pakistan Cricket Board's code of conduct.
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According to specialist cricket website ESPNcricinfo, Akmal did not adhere to clothing guidelines during a domestic match between his team, Sui Northern Gas Pipelines Limited, and United Bank Limited.
"PCB has informed us that Umar Akmal was handed one-match ban by the match referee last week in Karachi for breach of code," Pakistan team manager Intikhab Alam told the website.
"The suspension applies to the next game regardless of whatever the format and level is, and we are not going to play him in first T20 against New Zealand but he will be available for next games."
Department teams such as SNGPL can wear only one logo, which needs to be approved by the PCB, on their uniforms. But ESPNcricinfo reported that Akmal was wearing a different one.
According to the PCB's code of conduct, that is an offence - "abuse of cricket equipment or clothing, ground equipment or fixtures and fittings during a match".
Cricinfo reported that Akmal had been warned for a similar offence twice before, and this was his third violation.