The fans, players, and officials are cheering up for the Pakistan Super League (PSL 6) as the league recommences by 1st June in Abu Dhabi after the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has got all exemptions, clearance, and approvals from the United Arab Emirates (UAE). The league was postponed after coiling up fourteen matches amidst the several COVID-19 bio-bubble breaches.
Today, the six PSL franchises mark their appearances virtually in the player replacement draft to pick their preferences. However, a few picks are still left which will be revealed in the short course. It is pertinent to mention here that the teams were allowed to pick over two extra players to compensate for the gap if anyone later gets symptoms of the COVID-19 during the event. Hence, the additional replacements will be on-screened later.
The remainder of the season will also adhere to the appearance of the former PCB chief selector, Inzamam ul Haq, who will serve as the batting consultant of the Peshawar Zalmi. Zalmi are currently on the second spot on the PSL 6 points table with five more league games. Out of these five, the triumph in three contestants will fix their place in the playoffs.
Peshawar Zalmi reveal their new batting consultant for PSL 6
Inzamam has been a crucial part of the Pakistan Cricket Team and board. He also has a vast coaching career as he led Lahore Qalandars in past. Zalmi are joyful to welcome the new mentor as they posted,
Legend Inzamam Ul Haq joins Peshawar Zalmi as Mentor/Batting Consultant for remaining matches of PSL 6. Welcome to the Zalmi Family
?? Legend Inzimam Ul Haq joins Peshawar Zalmi as Mentor/Batting Consultant for remaining matches of PSL 6 ?
— PeshawarZalmi (@PeshawarZalmi) May 22, 2021
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