How excited you are for PSL-3? Darren Sammy asks Peshwar Zalmi fans in Pushto tweet

09:19 PM | 9 Nov, 2017
How excited you are for PSL-3? Darren Sammy asks Peshwar Zalmi fans in Pushto tweet
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PESHAWAR - Cricket fans are excited for the star-studded HBL Pakistan Super League due next year, so are the foreign players.

Darren Sammy, ahead of the player draft for the much anticipated third edition of PSL, which will take place on November 12, took to social media to test out the enthusiasm of his fans.

The former West Indies skipper, who is currently playing for Peshawar Zalmi, tweeted in Pushto on Thursday, asking the fan how excited they are for PSL 3 and what are they thinking about PSL players draft.

“Pakhairoona Darren Sammy Khan :)”, said Javed Afridi, the owner of the franchise while welcoming the international player. Afridi also called Sammy ‘a true Hero’.

PSL-III Draft

Top international stars including Chris Lynn, JP Duminy, Mitchell Johnson, Dwayne Bravo, Imran Tahir, Angelo Mathews, Luke Ronchi, Colin Ingram, Wayne Parnell, and John Hastings have put their name forward for the HBL PSL Player Draft in Lahore.

PSL 2018 players draft on November 12 06:55 PM | 3 Nov, 2017

LAHORE - The HBL Pakistan Super League (PSL) third edition players draft is all set to take place on November 12 in ...

These players will join a star-studded PSL roster including the likes of Shoaib Malik, Brendon McCullum, Mohammad Amir, Kevin Pietersen, Hasan Ali, Darren Sammy, Shahid Afridi, Shadab Khan, Andre Russell, Shakib al Hasan, Kumar Sangakkara and many more T20 stars who have been retained by their respective teams.

Each team will go into the HBL PSL Player Draft 2017 with a squad of nine players. The Draft will include one round in Platinum, Diamond and Gold categories. This will be followed by two rounds each in Silver and Emerging. Teams will have the option to pick up to four players each in the Supplementary category.

The default pick order will see Lahore Qalandars going first followed by Islamabad United, Karachi Kings, Quetta Gladiators, Peshawar Zalmi and Multan Sultans. This may be altered as a result of trades.

Teams will have a purse of $1.2 million each to pick a squad of 20 players.