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Pakistani cricketer, Haider Ali made his first-class debut in September 2019. He was selected for the Pakistani team as an international cricketer on 1 September 2020. Earlier in 2019, he was named in the Pakistani squad for the 2019 ACC Emerging Teams Asia Cup, which was held in Bangladesh. He was named the vice-captain for the his team playing Under-19 World Cup in 2020, with Pakistan going against Afghanistan in this tournament.

For the 2020–21 season, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) awarded Ali with a central contract for the newly created Emerging Players category. In June 2020, after the COVID-19 pandemic, he was named in a 29-man Pakistan squad for a tour to England. However, on 23 June 2020, Ali tested positive for COVID-19, making him one of three players from the squad from Pakistan to have tested positive for the virus. While showing no previous symptoms, Ali was advised to go into isolation.  The team named him to their Twenty20 International (T20I) squad, also for the upcoming series against England. The team named him to his debut T20I match, which was against England, on 1st September 2020. He scored 54 runs in his debut T20I, becoming Pakistan's first cricketer to score fifty during their opening T20I match. He was added to Pakistan's One Day International (ODI) squad on 31 October 2020. He was also added to the 23-man squad on the same date. He was named in a 22-man squad of "probables" for Pakistan's home series against Zimbabwe. In November 2020, he was a part of Pakistan's 35-man squad for their tour to New Zealand.

After Ali was named as the vice-captain of the Pakistan for his tour of Sri Lanka, he was withdrawn from Pakistan's squads on June 24th, 2021, after breaching the bio-secure bubble at the 2021 Pakistan Super League. Ali had been named in the Pakistan squads for the summer tour of England and the West Indies.

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