Inzamam makes Yorkshire bow
Pakistan legend Inzamam-ul-Haq is set to make his Yorkshire debut in their LV County Championship Division One match against Warwickshire at Scarborough.
The 37-year-old comes in as cover for compatriot Younus Khan, who is preparing to represent his country in the ICC World Twenty20 tournament.
Seamer Jason Gillespie is also unavailable as he must link up with the Australia A squad, so Yorkshire have signed Pakistani leg-spinner Imran Tahir on a short-term basis and he is named in a 12-man squad.
That squad also includes England stars Matthew Hoggard and Michael Vaughan, who will return after captaining his country in the npower Test series against India.
Opener Joe Sayers makes way for Vaughan after a poor run of form and Mark Lawson is absent for personal reasons, while Ajmal Shahzad will replace Gillespie should the Tykes field an extra seamer rather than new-boy Imran.
Warwickshire will give Oxford paceman Stuart Hole his championship debut against.
The 22-year-old made his first-team debut against Essex in the NatWest Pro40 and he took a wicket with his second ball, when he had Eagles captain Mark Pettini caught by Adam Shantry.
Michael Powell comes in at the expense of England one-day batsman Jonathan Trott, who has been dropped, while seamers Lee Daggett and Shantry are both likely to miss the remainder of the season with side strains.