PUNE, India Pakistani cricket team has hired the services of new physio, Dale Naylor, for the Test current series against England, it is learnt here. According to the London-based sources close to the team management, Faisal Hayat, who had been a regular physio for the tour has returned home (possibly to be with his wife for her pregnancy) and the team management has roped in Dale Naylor, who has worked with the Surrey team in the past. Dale has successfully run his own chain of physiotherapy clinics for many years and has practiced with some of sports highest performing teams including being the leading physio for the Pakistan National Cricket team and more recently Surrey County Cricket Club. Dale himself has a personal sporting pedigree to match his business achievements, playing Rugby Union at a high-level in Australia. On his very first day with the team, the new physio ruled out the injured wicketkeeper Zulqarnain Haider for the remainder of the tour. Haider was not shown to any finger specialist as was believed earlier, but he will recover within ten days and will be the first choice wicketkeeper for the next Test series (against South Africa in UAE), the source added. His place in the third Test at Oval will be taken by Kamran Akmal and no substitute keeper is being called, the source further added.