Ready to celebrate PSL festival in Pakistan, 38 foreign cricketers are coming to Karachi

Ready to celebrate PSL festival in Pakistan, 38 foreign cricketers are coming to Karachi

Ready to celebrate PSL festival in Pakistan, 38 foreign cricketers are coming to Karachi

For the eight matches of Pakistan Super League (PSL), National Stadium preparations are being finalized in Karachi, security agencies have taken control of the stadiums and sides.

The city’s biggest city of foreign players has started. Security in the country’s largest city is a high alert and the fever of cricket has been wrapped in cricket.

Rooms are booked to accommodate players, officers, broadcasters and other guests in three major Karachi Karachi hotels.

Many foreign players and coaches of Karachi Kings have reached Mickey Orthodox, while other foreigners are arriving on Friday.

In Pakistan, 38 foreign cricketers from 6 teams are coming to Karachi in the Pakistan Super League tournament in Karachi. Support staff, Broadcasters, Committees and PCB guests are coming to over 100 foreign PSL matches.

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Contests include South African former cricketer Juntie Rothside, Danny Morsin of New Zealand and England’s Allen Welkins.

Long-term foreigners are coming to Karachi for a cricket event long later.

According to the certified list of foreign cricketers from the Jeans, on Thursday, Kolkata’s head coach Mickey Orthrough also included Colin Monroe, Colin Graham, Sikandar Raza, Ben Dick, Lemong Steven, Ariel Summers and Ravi Bopara.

In other foreigners, at the Lahore Qalandar team, Antony Daviesch, Hudson Wilson, Sandeep Lima Chen, Ricky Weels and Ryan Tancisco, Darren Sammy, Keoneon Polard, Lemay Dye, Taimal Mills, Landmill Summons, Wine Madison and Andree Fletcher in Peshawar Zalmai Included.

In Islamabad, Luke Ronichi, Smith Patel, Philip Sawt, Wine Parnell, Chiudick Walton and Cameron Deal port. In Quetta, Shane Watson, Davey Bravo, Rally Rosso, Max Waler, Harry Gearney, Daveen Smith, Fawad Ahmed, and Dain Croschen, James Venice, Chris Green, Lori Ones and Johnson Charles in Multan Sansz.

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