PSL

Rashid Khan and Mohammad Nabi
PSL 2020: PCB announces the initial list for the upcoming Draft

Of the 28 cricketers in the list coming from eight nations, seven are from England, six from South Africa, five from the West Indies, three each from Afghanistan and Australia, two from Sri Lanka and one from Nepal and New Zealand each.

Dale Steyn of South Africa
‘Cricket means the world to Pakistani fans’ – Dale Steyn excited to be a part of PSL 2020 Draft

The registration window for the foreign players is still open and closes on November 21, following which an updated list will be released.

Ab de Villiers
AB de Villiers withdraws from PSL 2020 draft

Some quarters suspected that De Villiers’ absence in the PSL could be because of the fact that the entire PSL will be played in Pakistan this year.

Lahore Qalandars
7 feet 5 inches tall Muhammad Mudassar set to be the tallest cricketer in PSL

With him cutting across such a big frame, Mudassar has his own advantages and limitations.

Misbah-ul-Haq
Misbah-ul-Haq appointed Islamabad United coach; lands in ‘conflict of interest’ issue

It is understood that Misbah won't be taking any fees for his services in the PSL.

Dean Jones
PSL 2020: Islamabad United part ways with head coach Dean Jones

Jones, meanwhile, did not sound happy at all with the franchise's decision.

Chennai Super Kings
Ranking the 10 best teams from the T20 leagues across the globe

This format introduced fearlessness, creativity and also made the life of bowlers a bit more difficult.

PSL Pugam
PSL franchise owners do their own ‘show of hands’ on the sidelines of the draft

However, the PCB decided to go another nostalgic route to decide who got the first pick in the draft.

PSL Draft
‘Show of hands’ to decide the first pick of the PSL 2020 Draft

All franchises' representatives will gather either at Minar-e-Pakistan or Gaddafi Stadium Lahore to do 'Pugam'.

Sharjeel Khan
Sharjeel Khan will be the hottest property in the PSL draft, reckon Shoaib Akhtar and Rashid Latif

Sharjeel was recently given a go-ahead by the PCB to resume playing club cricket.

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