Shadab was ruled out of the twin tours due to a toe injury sustained in the second ODI against South Africa on Sunday.
Shadab Khan will miss the series against South Africa due to the left thigh injury he suffered in a T20I against New Zealand.
The team management has included left-arm spinner Zafar Gohar in place of Shadab in their 15-member squad for the first Test, starting at Mount Maunganui from Saturday.
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Pakistan never recovered from a slow start, despite a fighting 42 from stand-in captain Shadab Khan.
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The Pakistan Cricket Board said Wednesday that Shadab Khan had stiffness in his left leg during an intra-squad warm-up match in Lahore on Friday.
A record of losing just one out of 19 ODIs over six previous home series against Zimbabwe would give new captain Babar Azam confidence ahead of their opening series of the Super League.
The experienced Yasir Shah led Pakistan's attack with 4/66 from 18 overs on Friday and Shadab Khan chipped in with 2/13 from 3.3 overs as England were dismissed for 219 in reply to the visitors' first-innings 326.
Masood reached 156 after almost eight hours at the crease to lift the tourists to 326, and the bowlers then tore through England's top order.
Under-pressure PCB went ahead with England tour to ensure resumption of cricket, says board official
Last month, 10 Pakistan players had been left out of the England tour squad after they failed to clear the coronavirus test.
Mohammad Hafeez, Wahab Riaz among six Pakistan cricketers to join team in England after testing negative for COVID-19
While four other Pakistan players including spinner Kashif Bhatti, pacers Haris Rauf and Imran Khan and batsman Haider Ali still remain in quarantine.
Pakistan opening batsman Fakhar Zaman, allrounder Mohammad Hafeez, leg spinner Shadab Khan, wicketkeeper Mohammad Rizwan and fast bowlers Wahab Riaz and Mohammad Hasnain were tested negative for COVID-19 for the second time in three days.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Pakistan's Mohammed Hafeez, Fakhar Zaman among six players found to be negative in COVID-19 retest
Six of the 10 Pakistan cricketers bound for England who tested positive for COVID-19 have now registered negative results on re-testing, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) said on Saturday.
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The Pakistan squad has to leave on 28 June for the series scheduled to be held next month, he said.
Pakistan's tour of England could go ahead even if more players test positive for COVID-19, says ECB's Ashley Giles
Ashley Giles, England’s director of cricket, said on Tuesday the situation was a “concern” but the tour was not currently in doubt.
Coronavirus Outbreak: Pakistan cricketers Shadab Khan, Haris Rauf and Haider Ali test positive for COVID-19
Leg-spinner Shadab is the only established member of the team out of the three. Rauf has played only two T20 Internationals while highly-rated batsman Ali had received his maiden call-up for the England tour comprising three Tests and as many T20s
The contracts of Pakistan spinner Shadab Khan and Australia opener D'Arcy Short have been cancelled by English county Surrey after the COVID-19 pandemic forced a postponement of the T20 Blast.