Pakistan Super League 2018 Teams

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) announced the third edition of PSL 2018 schedule, which will be played in Dubai and final Karachi. The drafting procedure of Pakistan Super League 2018 held at national cricket academy on November 12, 2017. There was a good demand for PSL tickets through the league stages of the tournament before it touched crescendo when the final came to Lahore. According to the PSL rules, the teams were allowed to retain nine players from their previous squads.

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Check Pakistan Super League 2018 Schedule and PDF. This will be the first edition of the PSL when six teams and each side will play each other twice. For the first time six teams will be taking part in the league which are, Karachi Kings, Lahore Qalandars, Peshawar Zalmi, Quetta Gladiators, Islamabad United and Multan Sultans.

The third season will see the debut of a new franchise in Multan Sultans. In the supplementary rounds, each teams allowed to pick up to four players. These are the only matches that will be played in Pakistan. The schedule of PSL 2017 fixtures has so far to be pronounced by the PCB Committee but the cautious dates comprise all matches during February 2017 in UAE and the final match in Lahore (as per Najam Sethi ratification).

One of the highest level of T20 cricket competitions in Pakistan, PSL was established by the Pakistan Cricket Board in 2015. The HBL Pakistan Super League player draft for the PSL 3rd edition of the tournament was held on November 12 and in their squads,19-20 player are added now.

The drafting procedure of Pakistan Super League News Super League 2018 held at national cricket academy on November 12, 2017. There was a good demand for PSL tickets through the league stages of the tournament before it touched crescendo when the final came to Lahore. According to the PSL rules, the teams were allowed to retain nine players from their previous squads.

In other development, though the PCB has not finally confirmed Lahore and Karachi as venues for the two play-offs and the final, respectively, if the programme goes according to the plan it will be the first time that three PSL matches will be staged in Pakistan.

Multan Sultans: Shoaib Malik (c), Kieron Pollard, Kumar Sangakkara, Sohail Tanvir, Mohammad Irfan, Junaid Khan, Sohaib Maqsood, Irfan Khan, Kashif Bhatti, Imran Tahir, Darren Bravo, Ahmed Shehzad, Mohammad Abbas, Nic Pooran, Abdullah Shafiq, Saif Badar.

This year’s anthem takes that thought further and it is based on a celebration; that last year’s dream was fulfilled, that the PSL embraces the very essence of cricket and pride; that Pakistan and Pakistanis will take the Super League to the next level again this year.” On the acting front, Ali Zafar’s Pakistani film debut titled ‘Teefa in Trouble’, directed by Ahsan Rahim and co-starring Maya Ali is due to release in 2018.

This year, as many as eight games are expected to played in Pakistan, including a few in Lahore and Karachi and it needs to be seen if a fresh Draft will be needed. Islamabad United won the inaugural edition of the PSL in 2016, followed by Peshawar Zalmi’s title win in 2017.

Gayle has played in first two editions of the PSL and has been ordinary with the bat, scoring 103 in five outings in the first season and 160 runs in nine matches in the next. Teams will be allowed to retain a few players going into the PSL Draft but with a sixth team added to the mix, it will be interesting to see if the Pakistan Cricket Board allows teams to hold back on too many players.

In their final pick, Lahore picked a wicket-keeper, Gulfaiz Sadaf, while Karachi retained Saifullah Bangash. LAHORE: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has released names of 13 more players who have agreed to be part of the lucrative Pakistan Super League (PSL).