Some great names from cricketing world have shown their inclination in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) to augment the charm of the tournament.
West Indies strong hitter of the bowl Kieron Pollard is ready to appear in the tournament, while his team mate top bowlers in International Cricket Council’s T20 rankings, Sunil Narine and Samuel Badree, have also taken interest to participate in the tournament. Following these three, Dwayne Bravo has also shown his interest in taking part in PSL.
On the other hand, Sri Lankan fighter player Tilkaratne Dilshan, known for his unorthodox style and the ‘Dil-scoop’ is up for grabs while the famous Carrom-ball twister Ajantha Mendis is also keen to represent one of the teams in the tournament. Thisara Perera is another player from the same island who is likely to participate in the PSL.
Further, Grant Elliot, the hero of New Zealand’s semi-final in the 2015 World Cup, would also be available for the PSL, while Brad Hodge is the only player from Australia who expressed his interest to represent a team in the tournament.
James Franklin is another Kiwi player, who is interested in the PSL, while Richard Levi and Roben Peterson of South Africa and Tim Bresnan and Micheal Carberry from England will also be seeing in the tournament.
Meanwhile, 25 foreign players will be featuring in the tournament in its first edition.