Cricketers started Arriving Pakistan for remaining PSL Matches

The remaining 8 matches of Pakistan Super League (PSL) will be played in Karachi, for which players have started arriving Pakistan.

Sarfraz Ahmed the captain of Quetta Gladiators reached Karachi and other players will also reach Karachi in the meantime.

Quetta Gladiator’s opener batsman Shane Watson will reach Karachi today, while Riley Rosso, Dwane Bravo, and Fawad Ahmed are also ready to come to Pakistan.

Lahore Qalandar’s players are coming from two different flights today, while Karachi and Islamabad teams will reach Karachi today.

Islamabad United had got England’s player Ian Bell but due to injury he is out of PSL, but all other foreign cricketers from the Islamabad United are ready to come to Pakistan, including Luke Ronchi, Philip Salt, Cameron Delport and Summit Patel.

Multan Sultan’s team has gone out of the PSL’s play-off and now they have only one match against Lahore Qalandar, according to Multan Sultan’s Manager and ex-test cricketer Nadim Khan, his team’s all foreign cricketers are going to Pakistan.

All the foreign cricketers from Karachi Kings are also coming to Pakistan, including Colin Ingram, Colin Munro, Livingstone, Sikandar Raza, and Ravi Bopara.

Peshawar Zalmai is the only team whose all foreign players have been going to Pakistan and the owner of Peshawar Zalmi Javed Afridi said all the Players will go to Pakistan Again.

Remember that on March 9 there will be a match between Lahore Qalandars and Islamabad United.

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