The sixth edition of the Pakistan Super League (PSL 6) is all set to resume by 1st June as the extravaganza was coiled up due to COVID threats after completing fourteen matches successfully.
Reportedly, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) and the PSL franchises will be holding the player replacement draft tonight probably at 8:00 PM virtually. With a thin list of foreign players available, the six franchises have limited options to choose from.
PSL 6: List of unavailable foreign players
Due to the worst COVID conditions, many foreigners have withdrew themselves from the league choosing to stay home. But there is a number of players available from Australia, Sri Lanka, South Africa, West Indies, Bangladesh, and Afghanistan who will be a part of their respective franchises.
Here is the complete list of unavailable foreign players for PSL for all six franchises:
Islamabad United unavailable foreign Players for PSL 6:
Alex Hales (Platinum), Lewis Gregory (Diamond), Phil Salt (Gold)
Quetta Gladiators unavailable foreign Players for PSL 6:
Tom Banton (Platinum)
Peshawar Zalmi unavailable foreign Players for PSL 6:
Mujeeb Ur Rahman (Diamond), Liam Livingstone (Gold), Saqib Mahmood (Silver), Tom Kohler-Cadmore (Silver)
Multan Sultans unavailable foreign Players for PSL 6:
Chris Lynn (Platinum), James Vince (Gold), Adam Lyth (Silver), Carlos Brathwaite (Supplement)
Karachi Kings unavailable foreign Players for PSL 6:
Colin Ingram (Platinum), Mohammad Nabi (Diamond), Dan Christian (Diamond), Joe Clarke (Silver)
Lahore Qalandars unavailable foreign Players for PSL 6:
Rashid Khan (Platinum), Samit Patel (Gold), David Wiese (Diamond), Tom Abell (Silver), Joe Denly
You can see the list of available foreign players for PSL 6 here
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