PSL 4: All you need to know about overseas players’ visit to Pakistan
Lahore Qalandars : Before the start of the league, Lahore Qalandars’ AB de Villiers had announced that he would be travelling to Pakistan for the latter half of the tournament and play his role in the revival of international cricket in Pakistan.New Zealand’s Corey Anderson refused to play in Pakistan, and West Indian Carlos Brathwaite has gone back to perform national duties.
Quetta Gladiators : In-form Aussie batsman Shane Watson, Rilee Rossouw, Dwayne Bravo and Fawad Ahmed will be available for Quetta Gladiators.
Islamabad United : English batsman Ian Bell is out of PSL due to fitness issues. Luke Ronchi, Philip Salt, Cameron Delport and Samit Patel will be in action for the defending champions.
Karachi Kings : Karachi Kings’ Sikandar Raza, Ravi Bopara, Colin Munro, Colin Ingram and Liam Livingstone will perform in front of the home crowd at the National Stadium.
Multan Sultans : Sultans have already been knocked out of the league and star all-rounder Andre Russell has gone back to join the West Indian team. Team’s other overseas players are ready to play in Pakistan.
Peshawar Zalmi : Like the previous season, Peshawar Zalmi will play with full strength as the whole squad will be in action in Pakistan.