The biggest sports festival in Pakistan, the Pakistan Super League, will start on the 27th of January. This year, all the PSL matches will be played at two venues, i.e., Lahore & Karachi, due to COVID-19. In Karachi, the National Stadium with Sepcatators Capacity of over 34,000 will host the PSL Matches, and the Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore to host the rest of the matches. The First Draft of PSL was held where PSL Franchises selected Players for the upcoming PSL Season. But, Due to the Non-Availability and Partial Availability of Some International Players, Supplementary Draft is held to choose new Players replacing Non/Partial available.
New Players Inducted in Islamabad United:
High Performer of Pakistan’s Domestic Matches Muhammad Huraira is added to Islambad’s Squad. He will replace Zeeshan Zameer in Team Islamabad United.
New Players Inducted in Multan Sultans Squad:
Rizwan Hussain & David Willey are added to boost up Sultan’s Squad!
New Players Inducted in Lahore Qalandars:
Imran Randhawa & Akif Javed are added as Supllemetary Replace. At the same time, Australian Left Handed Batter Ben Dunk is again introduced to Lahore’s Strong Squad.
New Players Inducted in Peshawer Zalmi:
Spinner Mohammad Umer, who played one PSL Season with Karachi Kings, is now a part of Peshawer Zalmi’s Squad.
New Players Inducted in Karachi Kings:
ARY Nws’s & Salman Iqbal’s owned Karachi Kings called Sahibzada Farhan, Jordan Thompson as their supplementary Addition to Karachi Kings Squad. Muhammad Taha Khan is partially replaced in Karachi Kings Squad.
New Players Inducted in Quetta Gladiators:
Quetta Gladiator is widely affected by the new changes. Naveen Ul Haq, James Vince, Jason Roy, and Noor Ahmed are unavailable for the Full/Partial PSL Tournament. Naveen Ul Haq has withdrawn from the PSL season, and Luke Wood replaced him. Jason Roy is also not available to Quetta’s Squad; West Indian Shirmon Hetmyer replaces him. Will Smeed and Ali Imran are also new Induction to Quetta Gladiator.
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