Many international cricketers’ participation in PSL is uncertain

Lahore: On account of Corona epidemic, many distinguished international cricketers will be unable to take part within the remaining matches of PSL.

In line with ARY Information, Bangladesh star all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan, batsmen Tamim Iqbal and Mahmudullah Riyad will be unable to take part in the remainder of the PSL matches because of private commitments.

Australia’s Usman Khawaja can be uncertain for the remainder of the PSL matches, whereas South Africa’s George Linde, Australia’s Joe Burns and Ben Reducing may also not be accessible for the remainder of the PSL matches.

Read more: PSL 6: Teams’ UAE departure schedule unveiled

Then again, the Pakistan Cricket Board allowed all franchises so as to add two extra gamers to the crew.

In line with sources, all of the groups will now include 20 gamers as an alternative of 18, with a further two gamers to be chosen in a digital assembly right this moment.

It’s to be famous that the schedule of departure of groups for UAE for the remaining matches of PSL Six has come to mild.

Sources stated that the remaining 20 matches are prone to begin from June 5 as an alternative of June 1, because of lack of time and climate, two matches may be held in at some point.

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