PSL 4: Good news for cricket fans in Pakistan

PSL 4: Good news for cricket fans in Pakistan

ISLAMABAD - Many big names are joining Pakistan Super League and in the latest South African legend AB De Villiers and prolific Australian batsman Steve Smith joined for this year’s PSL edition.

The list also includes the West Indies trio of Dwayne Bravo, Kieron Pollard and Sunil Narine. Bravo was picked up by Peshawar Zalmi last year but could not join the team due to an injury. Pollard, the Multan Sultans all-rounder, said he looked forward to playing in the PSL once again.

Sunil, who has been an integral part of the Lahore Qalandars squad, shared his excitement at seeing so many stars sign up for the 2019 edition.

Australia’s Chris Lynn, who was ruled out of last year’s tournament for Lahore Qalandars because of an injury, has also signed with the PSL again. He is joined on the list by fellow Australian Shane Watson, who topped the batting charts for Quetta Gladiators last year with 319 runs in 10 matches.

Black caps’ wicket-keeper batsman Luke Ronchi goes up from diamond to platinum this year.

Former New Zealand captain Brendon Mccullum and Mitchell Mcclenaghan join him on the list.

Afghanistan spin sensation Rashid Khan will be looking to play his first PSL game this year after being called up for national duty last year. He is currently placed on the Quetta Gladiators roster.

Sri Lankan all-rounder Thisara Perera is also a platinum category player. He has represented gladiators in the past.

PCB Chairman Ehsan Mani said PSL will continue to announce more foreign player signings in various categories in the next few days.