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The eight players selected by more than one team competing in the 2014 Champions League T20 have chosen to represent their IPL franchise and not their national domestic team.
Corey Anderson, Kieron Pollard and Lasith Malinga picked Mumbai Indians over Northern Knights, Barbados Tridents and Southern Express respectively; George Bailey and David Miller chose Kings XI Punjab over Hobart Hurricanes and Dolphins; Pat Cummins and Jacques Kallis will play for Kolkata Knight Riders and not Perth Scorchers and Cape Cobras; and Dwayne Smith will turn out for Chennai Super Kings and not Barbados Tridents.
Pakistan offspinner Saeed Ajmal will leave Colombo for Brisbane early on Saturday to have his bowling action tested at the Australian Catholic University, a newly ICC-accredited facility. He is set to miss the first of three ODIs against Sri Lanka on August 23, and could be unavailable for the second match as well on August 27.
"There is a possibility that he [Ajmal] may join the team on August 26," a PCB spokesperson told ESPNcricinfo. "Although his test is scheduled for August 24 in the laboratory, it depends on how much time he requires there. If the process is completed in one day then he will take an immediate flight to Sri Lanka to join the team."