Psl 2020 Foreign Players List Platinum Category, According to the rules of the PCB Pakistan Cricket Board, each team in the PSL can retain only 8 players from the previous edition.
Karachi Kings have retained only 7 players for this season: Babar Azam, Mohammad Amir, Emad Wasim, Aamir Yamin, Osama Mir, Omar Khan, and Iftikhar Ahmed.
Karachi Kings are considered to be the biggest team in all PSL teams.
Currently, it is the most expensive team with legendary batsmen and bowlers.
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Psl 2020 Foreign Players List Platinum Category
The team is captained by Daren Sammy is very fond of Pakistan, and people of Pakistan Daren Sammy also says that Pakistan is my second home, and I will be coming to play cricket here.
The team represents the youth of KP and Peshawar.
He has won the PSL trophy once and was runner-up twice.
The team from Peshawar Zalmi brought enthusiasm among the regional people.
West Indies legendary cricketer Kieron Pollard has been retained. Kamran Akmal is also part of the team.
Players List Platinum Category
Pakistan Cricket Board has released the list of 28 foreign players in the platinum category for PSL 2020. They include Dale Steyn, Moin Ali, Jason Roy, Colin Monroe, Kieron Pollard. While many players are likely to join it in the next week. According to the Pakistan Cricket Board, 28 foreign players have so far registered themselves in the platinum category.
The PCB will soon release the list of players in the Platinum category after the registration window is completed. How much will the players get in PSL 2020? Pakistan Cricket Board has also released this list. The details of which will be presented at your service at the end of this article, so we request you to read it in full to know the full details.
Dale Steyn has registered for the PSL for the first time. The registration process of foreign players is still open. After the registration window remains open till November 28, the Pakistan Cricket Board will release the names of all the players included in the list.
The Platinum category consists of 28 players from eight countries. Of these, seven are from England, five from South Africa, five from Australia and three from Afghanistan, three from Sri Lanka and one each from New Zealand and Nepal. The list of registered foreigners in the Platinum category so far is as follows. Muhammad Nabi Mujeeb-ur-Rehman and Rashid Khan from Afghanistan. Dean Kirsten Ben Cutting and Chris Lane from Australia.
Moin Ali Herr from England, Alex Hales, Chris Jordan, Liam Plunkett, Adil Rashid, and Jason Roy and Sandeep Nimachne from Nepal. Colin Monroe from New Zealand, Hashim Amla from South Africa, JP Dominic, Colin Ingram, Rousseau Dale Steyn, and Imran Tayyar, Angelo Mathews from Sri Lanka and Carlos Braithwaite from West Indies, Carlos Braithwaite, Devin Bravo, Avon Lewis, civilian and fraud.
For the first time, the rules for the fifth edition of the PSL, which will be played exclusively in Pakistan, have also been changed. Here are some of the ones I found to be interesting: Each squad will have a minimum of sixteen and a maximum of eighteen players. Every three in the squad
Platinum Pandi Mandi will have the option to select three gold, five silver, and two emerging memories supplementary players. Each franchise has to pack three foreign players in the first two innings. Eleven local and five international players must be selected in the 16-member squad. However, in the case of an 18-member squad, this arrangement can be made in this way.
Either the squad will have 12 local and six foreign players. Or there will be thirteen local and five foreign players. A minimum of three and a maximum of four foreign players will be required in the playing XI, and each franchise can retain eight players in the previous squad. For which the retention window should be closed on December 1. For PSL 2020.
The players involved will be paid something like this, depending on the category—23 34 million Pakistani rupees to platinum players. Demon category players will get 11.5 million to 16 million Pakistani rupees. The gold category will reach 6.9 million to 8.9 million Pakistani rupees. Silver category players will receive 2.4 to 5.4 million Pakistani rupees. Emerging players will be eligible to receive one to one and a half million Pakistani rupees. Pakistan Cricket Board will soon announce the schedule of PSL 2020.