Pakistan Announces Squad for FIFA World Cup 2026 Qualifiers Against Saudi Arabia

Pakistan FIFA World Cup 2026 Qualifiers squad

The Pakistan Football Federation (PFF) has unveiled a 24-member squad for the FIFA World Cup 2026 Qualifiers match against Saudi Arabia, set to take place at the Jinnah Stadium in Islamabad on June 6.

The squad features former Manchester United prospect and Grimsby Town midfielder Otis Khan, who will spearhead the attack alongside Mckael Abdullah, Imran Kayani, Fareed Ullah, Shayek Dost, and Adeel Younas.

Notably absent from the lineup is captain and lead defender Easah Suliman, who is set to perform Hajj. Goalkeeper Adam Khan, who participated in the training camp, also did not make the final cut.

Fans can stay updated via the PFF’s official WhatsApp channel. Pakistan, currently at the bottom of Group G, has lost all four matches in the second round of the qualifiers. They faced a 4-0 defeat to Saudi Arabia in November, followed by a 6-1 loss to Tajikistan in Islamabad. Subsequent matches saw them lose 3-0 to Jordan at home and 7-0 away in Amman.

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After the upcoming match against Saudi Arabia, Pakistan will play their final group game against Tajikistan.

Pakistan Squad for FIFA World Cup 2026 Qualifiers:

Goalkeepers: Yousuf Butt, Saqib Hanif, Hassan Ali
Defenders: Haseeb Khan, Mamoon Musa, Abdullah Iqbal, Abdul Rehman, Waqar Baloch, Omer Hayat, M. Saddam, M. Fazal
Midfielders: Rahis Nabi, Alamgir Ghazi, Ali Uzair, Umair Ali, Toqeer Ul Hasan, Moin Ahmed, Ali Zafar
Forwards: Otis Khan, Mckael Abdullah, Imran Kayani, Fareed Ullah, Shayek Dost, Adeel Younas

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