HBL PSL 9 will begin from 17 February 2024 at the PCB’s headquarters in Lahore, with two-time winners and defending champions Lahore Qalandars taking on winners of the 2016 and 2018 editions Islamabad United. The marquee event will be played in four cities – Karachi, Lahore, Multan and Rawalpindi – with the final of the […]
Warner said in June he wanted to call time on his 12-year test career at the Sydney Cricket Ground. David Warner has been given the hometown farewell from Test cricket he craved after the opening batsman was named in an unchanged Australia line-up for the third and final test against Pakistan in Sydney next week.
HBL PSL 2024 is going to be live in February soon and the drafting is going to be on 13 December 2023, in Qadaffi Stadium Lahore. The 6 teams viz, Lahore Qalandars, Peshawar Zalmi, Multan Sultans, Quetta Gladiators, Karachi Kings and Islamabad United have announced their retrained players for this season. Karachi Kings releases Muhammad
Another trade happen between Multan Sultans and Karachi Kings, as Shan Masood moves to Karachi Kings with Faisal Akram comes in Multan Sultans. With this, Karachi Kings’ first round diamond pick swapped with Multan Sultans. Karachi Kings’ First round silver pick in exchange for Multan Sultans’ second round silver pick. Shan Masood is now likely
Another player trade happened between team Quetta Gladiators and Multan Sultans. “RETURN OF THE GLADIATOR” The champion from the class of ‘2019′ is back with Quetta Gladiators. Iftikhar Ahmad from Quetta Gladiators had been traded to Multan Sultans with the return of Rilee Rossouw back to Quetta Gladiators. In addition, Multan Sultans now have the
An exchange of talent and strategy as Hassan Ali moves to karachi kings along with a swap of silver round picks. Karachi kings captain Imad Wasim has been traded to Islamabad united, with Hassan Ali moving to Karachi kings. Karachi kings will also receive Islamabad united’s first round silver pick in exchange for their second
He last played for Pakistan in a T20I against New Zealand this April. Pakistan allrounder Imad Wasim has retired from international cricket, effective immediately. Imad, who announced his retirement on social media, played 55 ODIs and 66 T20Is for Pakistan as a left-arm spinner and a lower-order batter. He last represented Pakistan in April in
Multan firm up their position at the top of the table although they’ve played more games than the other teams. They do seem like a side with all bases covered and will be a tough nut to crack. Islamabad are a powerhouse side themselves and this loss isn’t likely to affect their morale too much.