Rating T20 leagues according to their competitiveness

Rating T20 leagues according to their competitiveness

While each league has heroes and legends, the driving force behind participating in a T20 league is the money that is attached to it.

4. Pakistan Super League -7.5/10

PSL 2017
Islamabad United. (Photo by STRINGER/AFP/Getty Images)

The ongoing Pakistan Super League has witnessed a fantastic display of cricketing action ever since its inaugural edition in 2016. The tournament has undoubtedly grown multifold. The competitiveness between the teams featuring top performers of the world is perhaps something that is making it the talk of the town in recent times.

The PSL follows an interesting structure comprises six teams, ie, Islamabad United, Karachi Kings, Lahore Qalanders, Multan Sultans, Peshawar Zalmi and Quetta Gladiators. The teams consist of an equal distribution of specialist batsmen and bowlers. The action-packed squads roar to perform as the fan experience a cracker of a performance from the stands and at home.

The PSL is simply a blessing in disguise. It lit the fire back for the country who found it difficult to revive their world cricketing affairs. Players like Shane Watson, Jason Roy, Darren Sammy, Shahid Afridi give the tournament a competitive dynamics. With security concerns, the tournament is yet to feature a wide range of top gun performance across the world. Thus, the league is ranked number fourth with 7.5/10 rating.