New Players for Pakistan Super League 2018


The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has affirmed that Australia’s quick bowler Mitchell Johnson and a standout amongst the most looked for after Twenty20 batsmen, Chris Lynn, have agreed to accept the third release of Pakistan Super League.

Chairman PCB Najam Sethi posted about the new signings on his online networking account, naming it an Extraordinary News

Najam Sethi Latest Tweet
Najam Sethi Latest Tweet regarding New Signing for PSL 3rd Edition

In his tweet he confirms that following players will be joining Pakistan Super League’s 3rd Edition

  • JP Duminy
  • Chris Lynn,
  • Mitchell Johnson
  • Angelo Mathews
  • Rashid Khan
  • Evin Lewis

In another improvement, the PSL’s authentic Twitter account reported the marking of South Africa’s Pakistan “Leg Spinner” Imran Tahir for the third edition of Pakistan Super League.

Australia’s Chris Lynn is a standout amongst the most looked for after players in T20 cricket and he has earned different arrangements in various T20 associations around the globe, including IPL with a normal of 36.79 and strike rate of 147.98, Lynn is certain to be on the radar of all the PSL establishments.

In the mean time, a source has educated media that PCB is likewise trying endeavors to fabricate players’ certainty for visiting Pakistan and play the matches of PSL. As indicated by sources, PCB is intending to hold few matches in Pakistan and the greater part of the most recent signings have reacted to PCB in a positive way.

The PSL administration asked cricketers on the off chance that they will play in Pakistan and the greater part of them said yes, said the source when inquired as to whether outside signings will visit Pakistan to play PSL.

Be that as it may, one should likewise comprehend security is dynamic and PCB is searching for fruitful arrangement against West Indies and Sri Lanka at home, the source said including that ESI’s organization with PCB is additionally an utilizing factor.

Foreign Players in Pakistan Super League.

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