South African celebrity players JP Duminy and Wayne Parnell have agreed to play at the next variant of Pakistan Super League (PSL3), it was learned on Saturday. Together with the PSL draft anticipated mid-October, as equally, Peshawar Zalmi and Lahore Qalandars are going to be occupied with the Southern African worldwide Twenty20 league November onwards, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is currently in discussions with other notable South African players in this respect too.
Duminy has retired from Test cricket while Parnell isn’t a Test routine, meaning both of these will be accessible for the majority of the PSL because their teammates play Tests against Australia in March 2018.
The fashionable batsman and pacer will soon be available for selection from some of those six PSL franchises – that the Multan Sultans being the newest addition – from the upcoming drafts. PSL3 is very likely to start at the end of February and also to finish in March, with a number of its games, including the closing anticipated to be performed in Pakistan.
In a second development, the PSL’s official Twitter account declared the signing of South Africa’s Pakistan-born spinner Imran Tahir for its next variant of Pakistan Super League. “Leg Twist magician Imran Tahir is all set to combine #HBLPSL. 2018 Ab Aor Zyada Ghoomay Gi,” declared PSL on its official Twitter handle.
Australia’s Chris Lynn is among the most sought-after players in T20 cricket and he’s earned various deals in various T20 leagues across the world, for instance, Indian Premier League (IPL). With a mean of 36.79 and attack speed of 147.98, Lynn is certain to be on the radar of all of the PSL franchises.