Lahore: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has listened to players for drafting PSL 3.
The drafting of players for Pakistan Super 3’s edition 3 will be held on November 12 in Lahore, which will be played by 6 French engineers participating in PSL3.
According to the list released by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB), 501 players will be available for drafting, the total of 21 players will be included in the Platinum category.
Other players including Chris Lane, Mitchell Johnson, JP Domney, Ahmed Shehzad, included in the platinum category, while Anne Bell, Rafi Bomman, Tim Bears and Jameson, Colin Monroe, Luke Roni, Kyle Abbey, Landill Sammon, Shane Watson, Jason Roy has been included in Diamond category.
Apart from this, Marilyn Samuel, Tamim Iqbal, Steven, and Tymal have also been included in the Diamond category.
According to a PC-issued statement, teams have already selected 9, 9 players, each team will be able to spend 20 million dollars on 20 players.
One of the first editions of PSL’s franchisees platinum, diamonds, and gold batsmen, will be able to choose 2, 2 players from Silver and Emerging, but 4, 4 players will be selected in the Supplementary Round.
Earlier, the Pakistan Cricket Board’s pictures were released from the third edition of the PSL participating in the series, according to which South Africa team player Mackell, Wonders of Bravo, Australia’s Jonathan’s James Wins of Australia And Jennifer Holder of Windies.
In addition, New Zealand’s Luke Ranchi, Tim B Brussels of the England team, Adil Rashid, Williams of Windies, Mitchell Miguelen, Colin Monroe, New Zealand’s legend Rizvi Rehman and Wine Parnal of South Africa.
It is clear that PSL teams were Karachi Kings, Lahore Qalandar, Quetta Gladiators, Islamabad Unified and Peshawar Zalmai, but Multan Sultan is adding another team in the third season.
Meanwhile, the total 24 matches were held in the first two season, but the number of competitions in the third season has increased to 34, the first two season matches were held in Dubai while the final was played at Lahore’s Gaddafi Stadium