The series against England, comprising a T20I and five ODIs, will be played from May 5 to 19.
The Pakistan Cricket Board will now set up Shadab’s appointment with specialists in England to help him fully recover before Pakistan’s ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup 2019 opener against the Windies on May 31 at Trent Bridge.
Details about Shadab’s replacement will be announced in due course.
The selectors have already included Asif Ali and Mohammad Amir as additional players to the 15-player World Cup squad. Pakistan, like any other participating side, has the flexibility to make changes to their World Cup squad until May 23.