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Naveen ul Haq opts out of PSL 7

Naveen ul Haq opts out of PSL 7

Afghanistan’s quicker, Naveen ul Haq has opted out of the seventh edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL 7) set to kick-start from 27th January.

Naveen took it to his official social media account to cite that he will not be in action that PSL due to personal reasons.

The player was signed by Quetta Gladiators. He terms PSL a perfect competition and says will be available for the league in the upcoming editions.

“PSL is a fantastic competition and we look forward to be a part of it in near future,”

In the recent developments for the Quetta Gladiators, Shahid Afridi, the renowned cricketer has joined the Purple Force. Notably, he claimed that he would love to play his last PSL for the Gladiators. It is highly assumed that PSL 7 will be Afridi’s last.

Despite Afridi’s availability, Gladiators owner, Nadeem Omar has decided to progress with Sarfaraz Ahmed as a captain of the team till the day Ahmed plays.

The final of the HBL PSL 7 will be played on 27th February. Notably, the league will be coiled up in Karachi and Lahore stadiums respectively with each of it getting an equal number of matches to host.

After Karachi will host 15 matches from 27 January to 7 February, action will shift to the Gaddafi Stadium where the remaining 15 matches and the four play-offs will be played from 10-27 February.

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