Former captain Sarfraz Ahmed is expected to play One Day International (ODI) matches against South Africa, according to sources.
Sarfraz is expected to take charge as a wicket-keeper and Mohammad Rizwan as a batsman.
Moreover, the team management is considering to include Muhammad Rizwan on number 4 and Sarfraz on number 5.
In this regard, discussions are underway between Pakistan head coach Misbah ul Haq, national team captain Babar Azam and other officials on Sarfraz’s participation in the the ODIs.
In case Sarfraz is playing, either Haider Ali or Asif Ali will be dropped from the squad, the sources added.
The series starts with a one-day international in Centurion on Friday.
According to details, the 34-member squad included 21 players and 13 team officials. 10 members of the Test squad will depart for Zimbabwe on April 12.
On the South Africa tour, Pakistan will play three ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup Super League matches from 2-7 April and four T20Is from 10-16 April in Centurion and Johannesburg.
Green Shirts will then depart for Harare for three T20Is and two Tests, before returning home on 12 May.