Combined all-time XI of IPL and PSL

All these players have been the best players for their teams.

Suresh Raina
Suresh Raina. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Often, we come across various arguments and discussions about the best T20 league in the world. During all these discussions, two leagues always find the centre stage. Cricket fans are always split about the better league between Indian Premier Leauge (IPL) and the Pakistan Premier League (PSL). Both these leagues play on their own set of strengths and also have their shortcomings.

The IPL is a much-better established tournament and has witnessed some of the stalwarts taking part in it. However, the PSL is not far behind and is catching up. Some of the greatest players of all-time were involved in both these leagues and we’ve decided to form an all-time combined XI from both these leagues.

Here is the all-time combined XI of IPL and PSL

1. Shane Watson | PSL

Shane Watson
Shane Watson. (Photo Source: Twitter)

Shane Watson is one of the finest all-rounders ever produced by Australia. He is a great T20 player and is a terrific addition to any side. With his batting as well as bowling exploits, he adds a great balance to the team. Watson has been one of the best players in the PSL over the last four seasons.

The 37-year-old has represented two teams in the PSL thus far – Islamabad United and Quetta Gladiators. The right-hander is the second-highest run scorer in the history of the tournament and has scored 1114 runs at an average of 34. Watson scored these runs at a strike rate of 135 and scored above 50 seven times in 37 innings. He hit 97 fours and 65 sixes as well. Watson has scored 3,239 runs in 117 innings in the IPL.


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