Quetta Gladiators pick foreign players for PSL final
KARACHI - Quetta Gladiators have selected five foreign players for the Pakistan Super League (PSL) final scheduled to be held on Sunday at Gaddafi Stadium, Lahore.
The foreign players, including Anamul Haque (Bangladesh), Sean Ervine (Zimbabwe), Morne Van Wyk (South Africa), Elton Chigumbura (Zimbabwe) and Rayad Emrit (West Indies).
According to the Geo news, Pakistani player Aizaz Cheema will replace Umar Gul, who received injuries during the match.
On Friday, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) shortlisted 16 international players out of 50 for the final of Pakistan Super League, while the finalist teams will select the players from this list.
According to Geo news, shortlisted foreign players include:
Elton Chigumbura — Zimbabwe
Peter David Tergo — England
Rayad Emrit — West Indies
Graeme Cremer — Zimbabwe
Craig Ervine — Zimbabwe
Jade Dernbach — England
Ryan ten Doeschate — Netherlands
Morne van Wyk — South Africa
Richard Levi — South Africa
Ashar Zaidi — England
Josh Cobb — England
Azharullah — England
Sean Ervine — Zimbabwe
Kesrick Williams — West Indies.
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