Foreign Players are Agree to Play PSL 2018 Matches in Pakistan

Pakistan Super League (PSL) T20 2018 is not for away and the officials of Pakistan Cricket Board are busy for its preparations. Most of foreign players which were picked during PSL 2018 draft are agreed to play matches if their team qualify for those matches. Players who are agreed to play in Pakistan are from Peshawar Zalmi, Islamabad United, Quetta Gladiators and Karachi Kings. While other franchises are busy to convince their foreign players to play matches in Pakistan if their team qualify for knock-out matches.

Defending champion of previous edition (PSL 2017) Peshawar Zalmi (PZ) and champion of PSL 2016 first edition Islamabad United (IU) confirmed that their all players will be part of team if their qualify for that matches which will be organized in Pakistan. Karachi Kings team owner Salman Iqbal revealed that their six foreign players out of seven are agreed to play in Pakistan. Only Eoin Morgan will not be part of PSL 2018 matches in Pakistan because he has commitments to other leagues. He will join the Karachi Kings team late and leave the team early as well.

Quetta Gladiators owner Nadeem Omer said that their all foreign players are agreed to play matches in Pakistan except Kevin Peterson. He may not come but we are trying to convince him.

There are players who confirmed their availability for Pakistan if their team qualify are; Darren Sammy (WI), JP Duminy (SA), Shane Watson (AUS), Imran Tahir (SA), Carlos Brathwaite (WI), Colin Ingram (SA), Luke Ronchi (NZ), Colin Munro (NZ), Darren Bravo (WI), Tamim Iqbal (BAN), Sam Billings (ENG), Andre Fletcher (WI) and David Wiese (ENG).

Opening ceremony of PSL 2018 will be held on 22 Feb at Dubai. Opening match will be start after ceremony. It is all about latest news regarding PSL 2018. Stay in touch with us for live action.

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