Pakistan have confirmed pace ace Mohammad Amir has recovered from a back problem and will play in the Champions Trophy final on Sunday.
The 25-year-old left-armer missed Pakistan's shock eight-wicket semi-final win over tournament hosts England in Cardiff on Wednesday with a back spasm.
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But after bowling in the nets in London two days out from the decider, coach Mickey Arthur confirmed on Saturday that Amir would return to the side to take on India.
Speaking to AFP on Friday, the left-armer had been confident of making a return.
"I am fast gaining fitness," he said.
"I bowled in the nets and felt no discomfort and since we have one more day (to prepare) I hope the recovery will be complete.
"I look forward to playing as it's a big occasion," added Amir, now firmly back in the international fold after his career was halted by a ban and jail sentence for his part in a 2010 spot-fixing scandal during a Test against England at Lord's.
Amir, who took two wickets, including that of all-time batting great Sachin Tendulkar, when Pakistan beat India at Centurion in the 2009 Champions Trophy, starred with both bat and ball in the virtual quarter-final victory over Sri Lanka in Cardiff on Monday.
He took 2-53 in 10 overs as Sri Lanka were held to 236 and then made an unbeaten 28 as he and Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed (61 not out) steered their side to a tense three-wicket win with an unbroken stand of 75.
But he was hardly missed on Wednesday, with fellow left-arm paceman Rumman Raees taking 2-44 on ODI debut to help skittle England for just 211.
Amir, however, has become a mainstay of the Pakistan team since returning to the side last year, appearing in 47 of the team's 57 matches across all international formats following his comeback from a five-year ban.
"The back spasm took two days to get over, and he's better now," Pakistan bowling coach Azhar Mahmood said on Saturday.
"We will go with Amir if he is fit. But we don't mind - if he is not fit, then we move on with Rumman Raees.
"We have the bench strength. Last match, when Amir was not there, people were worried about our main strike bowler not playing.
"But the way Rumman Raees came in and bowled, it showed we have the bench strength.
"We have guys who have such skill and such an ability that they can perform on any stage. It is just a matter of self-belief and confidence. I think anyone can replace anyone."
Champions Trophy 2017 Guide
Squads: Every Champions Trophy nation
2 June – New Zealand v Australia, No Result
4 June– India beat Pakistan by 124 runs
5 June – Australia v Bangladesh, No Result
6 June – England beat New Zealand by 87 runs
11 June – India beat South Africa by eight wickets
12 June – Pakistan beat Sri Lanka by three wickets
18 June – Final: Pakistan v India, The Oval (D)
19 June – Reserve day (D)