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  • Players gear up for Olympic qualifiers as selectors name squad

    Two senior players, Mohammad Rizwan (senior) and Rashad Mahmood, will not be available for the country in the upcoming mega event that will decide Pakistan’s fate about its participation in the 2016 Rio Olympics...

    Later, speaking to Dawn, he said that Mohammad Imran, Mohammad Irfan, Shafqat Rasool and a few others are seasoned players and have the ability to match the best in business...

  • Umpires, referees in a fix as PSL yet to name officials for matches

    LAHORE: While it is time to give final touches to all matters relating to the much-publicized Pakistan Super League (PSL) that commences in less than a week’s time in the UAE, the fact is that the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is yet to answer many key questions about the mega project...

    Only six days are left before the start of the high-profile PSL, scheduled to be held in Dubai and Sharjah, but the authorities concerned have dozens...

  • 501 players make it to HBL PSL draft

    Teams have already retained nine players each and will go into the HBL PSL Player Draft to pick one player from the Platinum category, one from the Diamond category, one from the Gold category, two players from the Silver category and two players from the Emerging stars pool, in order to complete their squad of 16...

    Teams will also be able to select four players in the supplementary round to complete their 20-member roster...

  • Duminy, Johnson, Mathews among foreign players joining 2018 PSL

    Duminy and former Australian Test paceman Mitchell Johnson have joined Pakistan Super League (PSL) for its 2018 edition...

    According to the list of players released by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), besides Duminy and Johnson, the other foreign players who will feature for the first time in the PSL include Mustafizur Rahman, Wayne Parnell, Colin Munro, Imran Tahir, Luke Ronchi, Mitchell McClenaghan, Adil Rashid, John Hastings and...

  • PSL franchises retain nine players each, Multan to pick on 10th

    LAHORE: Five Pakistan Super League (PSL) franchises retained nine players each from their rosters while new entrants Multan Sultans will pick their first ten players on October 10, the Pakistan Cricket Board announced Thursday...

    The Multan side will be able to pick from the players released by the other five franchises before the teams gather for the main draft early next year...

  • Younis motivated Zalmi players at PSL: Sammy

    KARACHI: Darren Sammy, the man who twice led the West Indies to World T20 titles and also successfully captained Peshawar Zalmi to the PSL crown early this year, on Thursday paid rich tribute to Pakistan’s record-breaking batsman Younis Khan...

    “Younis’ presence was key in motivating the Peshawar Zalmi players in the dressing room,” said Sammy...

  • PSL decides against players auction

    LAHORE: The authorities of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) has decided that instead of auctioning a player the teams will pay a fixed price for each player, as the player draft is all set to take place here on Dec 21 and 22...

    “Having opted to go for a draft instead of a player auction, HBL PSL has ensured equal competition and financial viability for all stakeholders...

  • PSL will be a game-changer for Pakistan players: Mahmood

    Veteran Pakistan all-rounder Azhar Mahmood has confirmed his interest in being part of the Pakistan Super League (PSL), terming the tournament an exciting prospect with the likes of Chris Gayle and Kevin Pietersen in it...

    net, revealed that he has forwarded his name for the draft and hopes to be picked up by any one of the franchises...

  • Don’t expect PSL to produce players of Virat, Rohit’s calibre: Waqar

    LAHORE: Pakistan head coach Waqar Younis has cautioned his countrymen not to expect the Pakistan Super League to immediately churn out players of the class of Virat Kohli and Rohit Sharma, like the Indian Premier League has done for the game in the neighbouring country...

    “I think we shouldn’t keep our expectations high from the PSL in its first year...

  • Indian players should be invited for PSL: Miandad

    ISLAMABAD: Former captain Javed Miandad called upon the board to invite Indian players to the inaugural Super League (PSL) and avoid retaliating to the Indian Premier League's (IPL) decision to ignore Pakistani players from its Twenty20 tournament...

    The PSL, a franchise-based T20 tournament on the same lines as the IPL, is scheduled to be staged early next year with Qatar or UAE the proposed venues...

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