Mohammad Amir's recent England tour was a complete contrast from the one six years ago, which ended in a spot-fixing case resulting in five-year bans on him and fellow players Salman Butt and Mohammad Asif
Since 2010 when the spot-fixing scandal broke out on the tour to England, Pakistani cricket authorities have been very strict about enforcing curfew timings for players on foreign tours
Mohammad Asif was banned from cricket due to spot-fixing. The Pakistan pacer is aiming to return to mainstream cricket
Mohammad Amir has returned strongly since his five-year ban for spot-fixing was lifted in September last year, taking five wickets in the two ODIs against New Zealand in January and as many wickets in 11 T20s
The day and night Test would allow Pakistan important match practice with the pink ball as they gear up for another day-night Test against Australia in Brisbane in December.
Mohammad Asif completed his five-year ban for spot fixing last September and returned to action in domestic cricket earlier this year.
Salman Butt and Mohammad Asif, who were also involved in the spot-fixing scandal in 2010, said they could feature in the fourth edition of the Caribbean Premier League.
Waqar Younis' support for Salman Butt and Mohammad Asif to be treated equally as Mohammad Amir is in contrast to recent statements of Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Shaharyar Khan and T20 captain Shahid Afridi who have said the duo's case differs from Amir and it will not be easy for them to make a comeback.
The International Cricket Council lifted their sanctions on Salman Butt, Mohammad Asif in September last year, making them eligible for national and international matches.
Pakistan chief selector Haroon Rashid said that it's too early to consider Salman Butt and Mohammad Asif as they are still completing their rehabilitation.