Surrey all-rounder Sam Curran and England fast bowler Tymal Mills were also added to the World XI squad.
A fractured finger has ruled Eoin Morgan out of Thursday's fund-raiser Twenty20 International between ICC World XI and Windies at Lord's, the International Cricket Council confirmed on Tuesday (May 29).
He said: "It's a great honour to be leading the ICC World XI side, that too for such a good cause".
Former Pakistan skipper Afridi represented his country in over 500 global matches and famously broke the record for the fastest ODI century in his maiden worldwide innings as a 16-year-old, blazing his way to a 37-ball hundred.
It is learnt that Morgan fractured his fingers during Middlesex's game against Somerset at Taunton.
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"It is not a huge concern, it is one we can hopefully manage past in about a week."ICC World XI squad: Shahid Afridi (C), Dinesh Karthik, Mitchell McClenaghan, Thisara Perera, Rashid Khan, Luke Ronchi, Shoaib Malik, Tamim Iqbal, Sandeep Lamichhane, Adil Rashid, Mohammed Shami, Sam Billings, Sam Curran, Tymal Mills".
Wicketkeeper Jos Buttler will be rested against Scotland, with Sam Billings replacing him in the 13-man squad. The T20I takes place on May 31 and all the proceeds from the match will be used to redevelop stadiums in the Caribbean damaged due to hurricanes a year ago.
The England skipper was named in a 13-man squad to face Scotland and also a 14-strong line-up for the five clashes with Australia, that starts at The Oval on June 13.
"It was my first time being selected in a charitable but also World XI game, it's very special to be selected", he said.
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